All posts tagged #api

Hello, world!

This is a Mastodon and Twitter bot that posts the translation of the word “hello” superimposed over an image showing the corresponding country’s map.

Created 9 months ago

rain.gif

Making it rain.

Created a year ago

SiteSummary

The SiteSummary API lets you get basic information about a website, including social data, such as number of Facebook likes, tweets on Twitter.

Created 5 years ago

SiteSummary: An API for social media data

The 2.2 update of Simple Sharing Buttons Generator, a tool that lets you add sharing buttons to your website without loading tons of unnecessary code, introduced a nice little feature: After filling out the URL, clicking the “magic wand” icon would automatically fetch the basic information about the website – title, description, associated Twitter handle and...

Make your own web mashup

There are two major ways of consuming content on the web: you either use your browser to visit a website or you can directly “talk” to the site and ask for specific information using something called API (application programming interfaces). The second method lets you create websites that talk to other websites and combine the information they receive to create a mashup. Follow tutorial with Thimble

Object recognition-powered games

I didn’t really have much time for this, but still wanted to quickly put together a demo just to throw this idea out there. I just finished one of two demos I’m working on and would like to hear some feedback. For this demo, the objective is to identify countries based on their capital cities. So...