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The API provides 3 functions. SearchLyric and SearchLyricsText to search the available lyric(s) and GetLyric to retrieve the lyric. SOAP API (beta) Our Simple Object Access Protocol Application Programming Interface is available to developers and end users who wish to use our database for their music project, website or application. Calls to the API are done using SOAP 1.1 or 1.2. The WSDL Service Description file can be found on api.chartlyrics.com/apiv1.asmx?WSDL For additional information please visit the API webpage. api.chartlyrics.com/apiv1.asmx and/or download example code using the SOAP web service from chartlyrics.codeplex.com
Textibility provides a simple, REST API for extracting information from images and documents in a number of formats and generating images and documents from structured data. With a simple, clean HTTP interface and some clever processing we can quickly and easily unlock information captured in photographs and file uploads. A couple of examples supported by the API: Decode a barcode from a photograph. Generating a barcode for a product (UPC), a boarding pass (PDF417) or to point to a URL or describe a contact (QR). Generate an EPub or Kindle-compatible electronic book. Generate static charts.
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The getChart API is used to request a custom chart image with variables such as chart type, size, period and technical indicators, based on a symbol. The type of chart, includes: bar chart ("BAR"), candlestick ("CANDLE"), area ("AREA") or line ("LINE") chart. The width of chart in pixels. The height of the chart, in pixels, with no indicators in pixels.