Stikked will do the trick (example).
Stikked is an Open-Source PHP Pastebin, with the aim of keeping a simple and easy to use user interface.
Stikked allows you to easily share code with anyone you wish. Based on the original Stikked with lots of bugfixes and improvements.
Developed with php
Has a built-in API that ...
Sticky Notes which is used by the Fedora pastebin*:
BSD 2-clause license
runs on PHP and MySQL
has syntax highlighting
has an API (by the way, Fedora also has a command-line client, fpaste which is written in Python)
add-on services: project Honeypot integration, goog.gl URL shortener, Google Analytics, Google oAuth 2.0, Akismet, project pastebins (...
I've written a small Java class to do this, with the data structure embedded in the code. If you want to avoid using a web service, and accuracy of 2km is good enough, and you're happy to assume that timezone boundaries don't change, then it could help.
One of these might be what you’re looking for:
Usage: trello card [create] [options]
-b, --board [BOARD] Trello Board Id
-d, --description [DESCRIPTION] Description Of Card
-l, --list [LIST] List Of Card
-n, --name [NAME] Name Of Card
add-board Adds a new board ...
Since the sunrise and sunset times are determined by 3 factors, position on the earth in Lat/Long & Altitude, date plus possibly obscuring items like mountains and most services leave out the mountains you rarely need a public API rather than using an Ephemeris library.
Depending on which language you are using you will find libraries available for most ...
I would be surprised if you find any API combining those features. As the two most useful features are certainly the picture and the name by far, I would use a Face gender detection API such as Lambda Labs's API (picked randomly, you might want to search for benchmark if there are any), combined with a name to gender mapping. To solve the conflicts , you ...
If Wordpress doesn't fit your needs, then you might want to look at a typical alternative that might fit all the requirements you specified so far: Drupal.
Here are some more reasons why I think it might be a good fit:
can be used for a web based blog.
can be accessed the services via (Restful) API (for a native mobile app).
Perhaps libarchive is the answer, but I'm not sure if it's ANSI C. Though it's portable and works on most POSIX-like systems (including FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris, etc.) and supports Windows, including Cygwin, MinGW, and Visual Studio.
Here are some that I found that you can try for your project.
A simple way to get accurate current and historical timezone
information based on zone or latitude and longitude coordinates. This
gem uses the tz database for historical timezone information. It also
uses the geonames API for timezone latitude and longitude lookup.
I used the ZXing C# port with great success in my last project.
ZXing Codeplex page
One issue I found though was that when decoding the barcodes if the picture was too large it would not find the barcode.
This might not be an issue for you if you are just using the generation part of the library.
I used this function to shrink the picture if it was too ...
Random.org has (among other things) a free HTTP API, and a new JSON API is currently (june 2016) in beta (keys on request).
The HTTP interface (using GET requests) has an Integer Generator, a Sequence Generator and a String Generator.
The JSON interface call names show what's available there:
generateIntegers, generateDecimalFractions, generateGaussians, ...
I don't know of a working Java Gimp Library but there is a couple of Java interfaces to ImageMagick that will let you do everything in your examples.
JMagick provides an object-oriented Java interface to ImageMagick - unsure of the maintenance state of this the web site is just some downloads.
Im4java is a pure-java interface to the ImageMagick command-line ...
The most used tool/library for video manipulation is FFMPEG - It can read, slice, dice & write just about every video format that is out there and it is free, gratis & open source and cross platform.
All of that power comes at a price in usability so there are lots of projects that wrap things up to make them a little more presentable - one of my ...
XMind is very good and has a python API but it is not platform agnostic other than the Cloud version which is currently only available with the pro-subscription.
However Leo is an outline based IDE, Editor, PIM, etc. so not quite what you are looking for.
Free, Gratis & Open Source.
Supports python scripts, (not too surprising given that it is ...
There is a python WhatsApp library called yowsup that should let your RaspberryPi act as a client for a WhatsApp account. See here for a comprehensive walk-through of doing so.
This library will definitely allow you to receive messages, with originator details, on your device.
You can also use Rasa
Rasa NLU and Rasa Core are completely open source, and you can use them as an alternative to Dialogflow, IBM Watson, or Lex. There is a very active community of developers, and a bunch of tutorials and additional tools built by the community.
Disclaimer - I'm a maintainer of these libraries.
It looks like Gisgraphy should fit your needs. Here's the output from an example query:
Give us a shot at UnwiredLabs and LocationIQ. We've got geolocation, geocoding and Maps APIs.
For cellular + WiFi geolocation, we've got our own proprietary datasets
For geocoding, we use a bunch of open-source datasets
For maps, we use OSM tiles
P.S If it wasn't obvious, I work at unwiredlabs/ locationIQ. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
It's so annoying that after I posted this question, I vaguely recalled the name and found it. It's weird how having to describe something you are looking for in written text helps with memory brain cells.
For anyone interested in this elegant and humble application, its called:
ownCloud provides a webdav interface. So you could use this small library in C# that provides most functions you need: https://github.com/kvdb/WebDAVClient
Only thing that is missing: managing users and groups.
I was reading about this, and found this thread:
It seems that the Provisioning API was ...
Some interesting points from the documentation:
This specification was published by the Speech API Community Group. It
is not a W3C Standard nor is it on the W3C Standards Track
The Web Speech API aims to enable web developers to provide, in a web
ownCloud Enterprise Edition supports Google, Dropbox, and more.
Egnyte HybridCloud supports Google and some other services, but I don't think it integrates with Dropbox
DriveHQ proprietary system that only has WebDAV, no integration with Google or Dropbox but allegedly cheaper than Dropbox, and explicitly designed for servers
I know I saw another service ...
I can provide some information about AppScale.
AppScale is a fully open-source PaaS based off of the Google App Engine model, meaning that the code is yours to modify. In the wiki you can find a list of technologies used to replicate GAE behavior.
It can host Python, Java, Go and PHP applications and can run on one or more Ubuntu VMs in a distributed setup....
So far my research has come up with:
Asynchronous RESTful API consumer for Python. Finch is focused on remove all of the boilerplate related to consuming http based APIs and provide a high level abstraction to develop API clients.
Hammock is a fun module lets you deal with rest APIs by converting them into dead simple programmatic APIs.
We make such a monitoring/graphing/alerting SaaS solution here at Datadog. Here's our API documentation so you can inject cost data from the csv/json you are gathering.
We also support Google Compute Platform out of the box so that you can keep an eye on instances' performance.
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