SYSTRAN.io platform is a collection of APIs for Translation, Multilingual Dictionary lookups, Natural Language Processing (Entity recognition, Morphological analysis, Part of Speech tagging, Language Identification...) and Text Extraction (from documents, audio files or images).
TripIt organizes travel plans into an itinerary that has all of your trip details in one place. Simply forward confirmation emails to [email protected] and TripIt will automatically build an itinerary for your trip that you can access anytime, either online or from a mobile device. With the TripIt API, you can... Add travel information to a TripIt account, enabling: Instant availability of clean, professional looking itineraries accessible on the web or via mobile device Seamless calendar integration via TripIt’s iCal feeds feature Access to many third party productivity applications that use the TripIt API Import travel information from a TripIt traveler’s account, enabling: Seamless email import technology for your customers to add travel plans to your application Insight into a traveler’s entire trip (air, hotel, car, restaurants, meetings, etc.) Outputting travel data to social network applications such as Facebook and LinkedIn
FaceRect is a powerful and free API for face detection. It finds faces (both frontal and profile) on the image specified by URL or uploaded as a file and is able to find multiple faces on a single photo, producing JSON output with a bounding box for each face found. Check out visual demo here: http://apicloud.me/apis/facerect/demo/. Note that additionally FaceRect can find face features for each detected face (eyes, nose and mouth). For more precise face feature detection please see our FaceMark API: https://www.mashape.com/apicloud/facemark
An API for interesting facts about numbers. Provides trivia, math, date, and year facts about numbers. For example, "5 is the number of platonic solids", "42 is the number of little squares forming the left side trail of Microsoft's Windows 98 logo", "February 27th is the day in 1964 that the government of Italy asks for help to keep the Leaning Tower of Pisa from toppling over"
Free Search API with 1 million free queries per month. Web Search More than 2 billion pages indexed. English, German and Chinese results. Sorted by relevancy. News Search News articles from newspapers, magazines and blogs. Sorted by publishing date, with author and article image. Trending News Trending news, grouped by topic. Topics sorted by buzz (number of sources reporting on same topic). One main article per topic + related links. Trending Topics Trending news, grouped by topic. Topics sorted by buzz (number of sources reporting on same topic). All full articles per topic, sorted by publishing time. Suggestions Suggestions with auto completes for query substrings and corrections for misspelled terms.
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Documentation is important, if not essential.
Simplicity allows to quickly start to use an API and to be productive with it without having to constantly dive in the docs on each step.
Consistency is important because it eases learning. If similar functions have similar parameters in same order, you memorize a schema, not lot of different functions.
Completeness is the capability to answer all user needs without using workarounds, complex code, or having to open issues to ask for missing features.
Flexibility is also trying to answer a maximum of user needs. The Java API for I/O provides such flexibility, allowing to read and write binary and textual content (with various encodings), buffered or not, with custom classes, etc.
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