But I think I miss part of the picture here, there is probably a channel transmitting structured information like this from manufacturers to vendors, I just never found it.
We have a standardized taxonomy and ontology to which we map all our products to. It's a garbage in garbage out problem but as long as the product has the information in some sort of semi-structured or unstructured form, we typically can infer attributes and standardize them based on their ontology (i.e. They have 4 USB ports)
I certainly won't add a credit card to a service that does nor show me pricing information.
Guys, I get that the enterprise market is comfortable and the usual target for this kind of thing, but if you don't want to bother with startups/developers, why do you market to them on your website and by answering here? You are completely unuseable like that. Hiding pricing information to sell overpriced services to big enterprices that just don't care is completely unacceptable for everyone else.
You can checkout Open Food Facts though the amount of data is sparse.
Disclaimer: I used to work for BDNA, and on this product, but have since left the company.
That said, I no longer work there, and companies often tinker with prices, and to boot, they were reengineering the API that I originally POCed for the company, so it could be substantially cheaper now (or substantially more expensive -- but the goal was to make it more accessible, so I'd guess cheaper.)
If you're actually interested in giving it a spin, shoot me an email, and I can probably put you in touch with someone willing to let you do a test-drive. My email's in my profile.
Use 1: Send a high-res image in any format (like, say, tiff), the original, a web-optimal jpg at full resolution, and any sizes that might be needed in various contexts (thumbnail, inline display at any screen density) are put into the right place in my S3 bucket.
Use 2: Using ids or original file names, point the API to an image or array of images, uploaded via Use 1, and give it a set of dimensions/conditions, and have it return links to the correct images for me.
relocated a developer to spent some hours writing a restful services, now paying ~$0.030 per GB
I don't have any experience with cloudinary, but to be fair, their pricing table mentions each plan's limitations pretty clearly. Is it really their fault that you underestimated the customer's requirements?
I.e.: when we bill someone weekly for something and then the phone number changes owner we want to stop immediately.
Same if you send sms-es that you don’t want delivered to anyone but the intended recipient.
However, I hope nothing like that is ever made! It would get abused to no end. I've personally changed number multiple times for privacy reasons.
1. You only get notifications for numbers you sign up to watch
2. The webhook only notifies me that <number> will be transferred <at> (using some data format)
then it shouldn't be a problem, should it?
We just wanted to know so that we wouldn't charge the new owner for things the old owner ordered etc.
I'm sure this exists already but it's hard to find because searching usually points me to a cronjob service. But what I'm looking for is distinct from a that. I don't want to run something every minute or hour or checking if there's any work to do. I just want a given task to run as a pre-determined time, scaled to any arbitrary number of tasks.
systemd-run --user --on-calendar=23:20 notify-send Example
Or relative with --on-active=60. And you automatically get the normal systemd tooling, e.g. systemctl list-timers.
Eventually I want to wrap it in an Angular interface.
'Machine learning-based app configuration' is very techie and vague and could mean a LOT of different things in a number of realms. What about something more specific and benefit-focused, like: 'AI that automatically improves your site's design'? To me something like that communicates what the product is more clearly, assuming I understand it correctly of course.
- buy now
- free trial!
ios: free trial!
android: buy now
but now that improve.ai ads are starting to pop up in my Facebook feed, thought I could provide some value letting you know about that mistarget. XD
that's not to say I haven't had some super weird "how do they know..." moments with Facebook ads lately...
The sum of @Var1 and @Var2 is #Sum
and then we can program #Sum (we call this an expression) to return the sum of @Var1 and @Var2. Once I pass the values for the variables @Var1 and @Var2 to API, let's say 1 and 2 correspondingly. Then the api would return you the content as:
The sum of 1 and 2 is 3
I couldn't find something that could help me with this so I build one. You can visit https://www.dialoguewise.com/ in case you have a similar requirement. More on expressions here: https://docs.dialoguewise.com/expressions/
There are a few, but none provide some important information or have a reliable, complete data set. In particular, box art, UPC codes. From my research the Giant Bomb and Moby Games API's seem to be the most complete, but neither have the UPC. The only place I can find that is another API which is rather lacking in completeness and data.
They're better than nothing, but be careful when relying on them for anything you need accurate Geo-IP info for.
For customers that live on the borders it is very important that correct country is selected.
2. An embeddable survey tool like SurveyGizmo, but completely whitelabelable, including the survey editor
3. An API for benchmark scores for iOS and Android devices (give me all devices that are as fast or faster than a Samsung Galaxy S6)
4. An embeddable private commenting tool (like Disqus, but for the back-office parts of the website)
Edit: Great question by the way!
I currently have ~40 lines of regex for this, plus some custom logic for a few that don't have raw URLs at all. A service would be very convenient.
2) an API to connect with insurance carriers as a broker
var customer = api.getNewCustomer(MarketingCost);
var BankAccount = api.Sell(customer);