Textibility provides a simple, REST API for extracting information from images and documents in a number of formats and generating images and documents from structured data. With a simple, clean HTTP interface and some clever processing we can quickly and easily unlock information captured in photographs and file uploads.
Authorization to access the Textibility API is handled using the Mashape billing and authorization framework: sign up with Mashape to get an API key.
The Textibility API only allows clients to make a limited number of calls in a day: this is controlled by a daily credit allocation. The default daily credit allocation is dependent on the plan selected: see https://www.mashape.com/ideasynthesis/textibility#!pricing for detailed information. Most API calls consume a single credit, but certain API calls may consume more than a single credit so the daily credit limit is an upper bound on the number of calls that may be made to the API (not an exact amount). Contact us at email@example.com for any questions about rate limits or if you are interested in special arrangements.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or if there is additional support we can provide as you use the Textibility API.
Access to the Textibility API is controlled via a daily allocation of credits. The credit allocation is dependent on the plan selected: see https://www.mashape.com/ideasynthesis/textibility#!pricing for pricing information. Different API functions consume different amounts of credits as outlined below:
All API functions will return a 200 status code if the API call was successful, or a 4xx or 5xx error code if the API call failed for any reason. The HTTP status string will include the reason for the error: an additional X-Textibility-Reason header will also provide the same reason value for use in situations where access to the HTTP status string is unavailable.
Textibility supports a wide range of outputs