New York Public Library Digital Collections API Search Results & Alternatives
Tap into the millions of points of local, open, civic data nationwide, for you own websites or mobile applications. List of data: http://www.yourmapper.com/browse Datasets include crime, property values, restaurant health ratings, EPA pollution, toxic, and greenhouse gas emissions, historic sites, yelp reviews, sex offenders, car accidents, building permits, foreclosures, real estate, bridge safety, nursing homes, public schools, public transit, meth labs, catholic churches, and cultural attractions. Coverage is national, but data availability depends on source data access. Some city data is included in Anchorage, San Francisco, San Jose, Washington, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Indianapolis, Louisville, Albuquerque, New York, Cincinnati, Portland, Fort Worth, and Richmond. We can add local data in your city if available.
We are happy to announce that we are going to provide a new public API for coin and token prices after CoinMarketCap decided to discontinue their public API soon. If you were using the v1 or v2 endpoints until now, you can just switch to our endpoints without changing any other code.
Dubbed as "Yelp meets Pandora," the Hoppit API answers the ongoing question "Where should we eat tonight?" by giving you access to the restaurant data used by our award-winning applications, as seen on FOX, CBS, and Mashable. This includes the nation's largest repository of high-resolution restaurant photography and "Vibe" data, available for 20 U.S. cities. Filter restaurants, bars, and coffee shops by type of Vibe (e.g. Cozy, Hipster, Romantic) and scenario (e.g. with a Date, with a Colleague, with Children), as well as by price, cuisine (e.g. Italian), and meal (e.g. Brunch). Perfect for developers of travel, lifestyle, food, social, local applications who wish to surface the amazing content that Hoppit users interact with every second. Available for New York, Brooklyn, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle, Portland, Houston, Dallas, Austin, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Miami, New Orleans, Las Vegas, and Denver.
You like lottery? But you don't like to pick numbers each time?if your answers of these questions are both 'yes'. Try this! New York Lottery Picker could help you to query the numbers, do not waste time to think which number is better, just let machine do that! You will have more time to do other things!
NOTE: You need an API-Key to use this API. See README for more details. The Cancer Imaging Archive (TCIA) is a public repository of cancer images and related clinical data for the express purpose of enabling open science research. Currently over 26 million radiologic images of cancer are contained in this repository. The API allows you to query metadata and download images from the various public collections available on TCIA
Rocketium's video creation API enables businesses to automate bulk video creation. Devs can use this API to make videos from a series of images, clips, some text, music, and voice-over. Though this API is mostly used by e-commerce and retail businesses, folks from marketing agencies, online news and media houses, real estate, event management, hospitality, FMCG, and travel also benefit by making videos in bulk. This API is most commonly used to make videos for: • personalized sales and marketing video campaigns, • automatically create product videos for listings on e-commerce websites, • video ads for new products/collections, • announcement videos for sales, discounts or seasonal offers
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The 3taps Search API is responsible for searching against the database of postings. For example, it can be used to find all postings from a particular data source, category and location, or to find postings with a given annotation value. A search request is made to the 3taps Search API, and search results are returned back to the caller. The search request can include any number of search criteria, and the results will be paginated to keep the search process manageable.
For more than a century, The New York Public Library has amassed an extraordinary trove of rare and unique material covering the full spectrum of recorded knowledge. Write to: [email protected] You will need to authenticate in order to use the Digital Collections API -- either via direct login with a username/password, or an authentication token that you will receive when you sign up for API access. [...] You can see the direct lineage of an Item in the fields of the /items/mods/[:uuid] response, Method #3 below). [...] You can see a list of all Captures in an Item, Container, or Collection, their basic information, and links to corresponding digital assets in the /items/[UUID] response -- see Method #4 below).