In this day and age, everyone and their dog has an API. So why not have an API for dogs? Shibe.online is that API.
To get some dogs, just make a GET request to the following URL:
And you'll get back a JSON response of random images of shibes that looks something like this:
[ "image url 1", "image url 2", ... ]
And if those options in the URL aren't self-explanatory enough, here's a simple guide:
|count||integers 1-100||The number of images to be returned. Default is 1.|
|urls||true/false||Should the API return URLs or filenames without extensions? URLs are the default.|
|httpsUrls||true/false||Should the URLs be HTTPS or HTTP? They're HTTPS by default now.|
You can also get pictures of cats at /api/cats or birds at /api/birds. Same parameters apply.
That's it! Have a nice day. Here's a shibe:
Service by @covoxkid. Source code available here.
Special thanks to Jammy for the shibes, CalTech for the birds, and Microsoft Research Asia et al for the cats!