API Overview · TryGhost/Ghost Wiki · GitHub This is an overview of how the Ghost API is structured and how the different modules interact with each other. It is an attempt to explain the recurring question of "What API are you talking about?". JSON API (/core/server/api/): Is meant as the core abstraction layer to provide clear interfaces for all access to Ghosts internal data. The JSON API takes care of enforcing permissions and returns a JSON response for every call. Formatting and removal of security relevant data is done within the JSON API.Data Models (/core/server/models/): Access to the database uses bookshelf.js as ORM.
API Docs The TED API provides an easy to use RESTful interface with lightweight JSON or XML formatted responses to TEDTalks library and its associated data. In order to obtain the data during the private beta period you must qualify for the API key through the TED API-50 open call. This documentation serves as a starting point for developers interested in participating in the contest to better understand different types of data set we are making available.
mailgun-js Simple Node.js module for Mailgun. Installation npm install mailgun-js Edmunds APIs Edmunds.com offers four distinct APIs: Vehicle API, Editorial API, Dealer API and Inventory API. Although access to these APIs is free, their availability to developers varies based on the access tier to which the developer belongs. We currently offer three access tiers: PUBLIC: All registered developers using the Edmunds.com data and content according to our Terms of Service.PARTNERS: Developers working with Edmunds.com on strategic products and applications that include the Edmunds.com data and content.
P785 Super-Duty Pan System Introducing the new P785SD Super-Duty, closed-loop, pan system. By incorporating the HS-785HB servo, this super-duty pan system offers full positioning feedback. A 4:1 gear reduction enables the pan to rotate 380o given a standard pulse-width range (1050-1950usec). With up to 730 oz-in. of torque and aluminum framework, the P785SD is able to handle up to 30lbs (balanced load). Dual ABEC-5 ball bearings support the 1” OD hollow stainless steel shaft which allow wires and cables to be routed through the axis of rotation.
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nodemailer Send e-mails from Node.js – easy as cake! Upgrade warning Do not upgrade Nodemailer from 0.7 or lower to 1.0 as there are breaking changes. Factual APIs Use the read call to query from tables using any combination of full-text, parametric, or geo (lat/lng) searches. Syntax Reads are always implemented as a HTTP GET requests. names]&q=[search terms]&geo=[geo filter]&filters=[row filter]&offset=[offset]&limit=[limit]&include_count=[true/false]&sort=[column:asc/desc|blending JSON]
s Raspberry Pi Lesson 10. Stepper Motors Stepper motors fall somewhere in between a regular DC motor (Lesson 9) and a servo motor (Lesson 8]). They have the advantage that they can be positioned accurately, moved forward or backwards one 'step' at a time, but they can also rotate continuously. In this lesson you will learn how to control a stepper motor using your Raspberry Pi and the same L293D motor control chip that you used with the DC motor in Lesson 9. The Lesson will also show you how to use an alternative driver chip, the ULN2803 Ice for Python Python and Ice have much in common: they both are suited for a wide variety of tasks, excel at application integration, and are easy for developers to use. An Ice language mapping for Python is a recent and welcome addition to the Ice product portfolio, enabling developers to take advantage of the productivity offered by Python's friendly syntax and extensive function library. Rapid Prototyping Since Python is an interpreted language, useful work can be performed in just a few brief lines typed at the interpreter's command prompt. For example, we can test if an Ice object is available and obtain its type like this: >>> proxy = communicator.stringToProxy("hello:tcp -h host.mydomain.com -p 10000") >>> proxy.ice_ping() >>> proxy.ice_id() '::Demo::Hello'