3.6.2 released, time to kickoff 3.7 - no rest for the wicked! at EyeEm HQ by Ramzi Rizk on EyeEm
by Ramzi Rizk on EyeEm
golden girls at REWE by Ramzi Rizk on EyeEm
cityscapes at Alexanderplatz by Ramzi Rizk on EyeEm
Jack's: Let's reconsider our "users" -
1. A person who uses or operates something, esp. a computer or other machine.
2. A person who takes illegal drugs; a drug user.
During a Square Board meeting, our newest Director Howard Schultz, pulled me aside and asked a simple question.
EyeEm Engineering: New API Wrappers -
Last weekend was Photo Hack Day, and boy was it fantastic. Around 130 developers and designers got together, and 26 hacks were demoed less than 24 hours later. Among those, many impressive apps and hardware hacks! You can read a full recap on the EyeEm Blog, or browse through the list of…
Graffiti in Berlin by ramz on EyeEm
EyeEm Engineering: API console and PhotoHackDay II -
Next weekend, 200 designers and developers will get together in Berlin to hack the future of photography. This will be the second PhotoHackDay we’ve organized this year. After hacking in a pool back in March, we’re looking forward to hacking in a shipping container this time around!
My experience, designed.: On the new iPhone. -
I bought my first (white) Macbook in 2008, with no prior experience with Macs or actually any Apple product at the time. This was before the great Apple hype had spread to my then-environment, right at the time when many people still assumed that only graphic designers use Macs. Within five…
Urban nature at Cafe Moskau by ramz on EyeEm
taking photos of hipsters in Berlin by ramz on EyeEm
When it comes to APIs, we believe in eating our own dog food. The API that we made available to 3rd party developers a few months ago is the one that we use for our own mobile and web clients, our various wrappers (coming soon) were also made for our official clients, the same goes for our documentation.
First, some links: Our developer pages, released in time for the first Photo Hack Day back in February, were recently revamped, as was our API documentation on Github. Also on Github, you can find a php wrapper for our API, which we actively maintain (again, dog food).
Of the many additions to the API, we’d like to tell you about a few location related features in particular. The upcoming version of EyeEm focuses even more on discovering and exploring new topics and places, for that reason, we added a few new endpoints for location-based search that should come in very handy.
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