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The spoonacular Nutrition, Recipe, and Food API allows you to access over 365,000 recipes and 86,000 food products. Our food ontology and semantic recipe search engine makes it possible to search for recipes using natural language queries, such as "gluten free brownies without sugar" or "low fat vegan cupcakes." You can automatically calculate the nutritional information for any recipe, analyze recipe costs, visualize ingredient lists, find recipes for what's in your fridge, find recipes based on special diets, nutritional requirements, or favorite ingredients, classify recipes into types and cuisines, convert ingredient amounts, or even compute an entire meal plan. With our powerful API, you can create many kinds of food and especially nutrition apps. Special diets/dietary requirements currently available include: vegan, vegetarian, pescetarian, gluten free, grain free, dairy free, high protein, low sodium, low carb, Paleo, Primal, ketogenic, FODMAP, and Whole 30. We will soon be adding Weight Watcher points, too.
This API can be used to compute a set of readability metrics for a given text. We currently support the following metrics: Automated Readability Index, Coleman-Liau Index, Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level, Flesch Reading Ease, Gunning-Fog Index, SMOG score, and SMOG Index. The service is deployed at Google App Engine and available at https://ipeirotis-hrd.appspot.com/ The code and documentation are available on Github at https://github.com/ipeirotis/ReadabilityMetrics
Slicify is an IaaS cloud computing platform that competes with Amazon's EC2 Spot market. Slicify offers high-performance linux VMs up to 10x cheaper than AWS by allowing anyone with a PC to sell their spare compute power to the cloud. Our fully-featured REST API allows you to book machines, get access details and manage your account.
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Avira URL Safety Cloud is part of Avira's award-winning security solutions and delivers an instant classification of URLs, based on the categorization of worldwide Internet resources (Websites, Domains, IPs, Service URIs, mail, links). It enables you to protect your users from malicious URLs.
This API endpoint returns the geo location of any IP, with relevant information like Continent, Country, Region, City, Postal code, Latitude and Longitude, Autonomous System and Reverse Hostname. Moocher.io is a set of lists like IP, domains, emails, passwords, creditcard BIN/IIN. Some of them marked as 'abusers' by several groups and initiatives of users and communities, and others used to filter out potential abusers. Moocher.io can be defined as a Look up as a Service for developers and product companies that want to know in realtime if their existing or potential users have been classified as 'abusers' by one or more of these lists.
This API endpoint returns the Autonomous System (AS) information of an IP or ASN: ASN, Country and Name. Moocher.io is a set of lists like IP, domains, emails, passwords, creditcard BIN/IIN. Some of them marked as 'abusers' by several groups and initiatives of users and communities, and others used to filter out potential abusers. Moocher.io can be defined as a Look up as a Service for developers and product companies that want to know in realtime if their existing or potential users have been classified as 'abusers' by one or more of these lists.
OpenStack is a free and open-sourcesoftware platform for cloud computing, mostly deployed as infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), whereby virtual servers and other resources are made available to customers. The software platform consists of interrelated components that control diverse, multi-vendor hardware pools of processing, storage, and networking resources throughout a data center. Users either manage it through a web-based dashboard, through command-line tools, or through RESTful web services. OpenStack began in 2010 as a joint project of Rackspace Hosting and NASA. As of 2016, it is managed by the OpenStack Foundation, a non-profit corporate entity established in September 2012 to promote OpenStack software and its community. In 2012 NASA withdrew from OpenStack as an active contributor, and instead made the strategic decision to use Amazon Web Services for cloud-based services. As of March 2015, NASA still makes use of OpenStack private cloud and has RFPs out for OpenStack public cloud support. OpenStack is a complex entity, and adopters face a range of challenges when trying to implement OpenStack in an organisation.
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