API calls are tied to an account and application. Any model you create or search indexes you add images to, will be contained within an application.
You can create as many applications as you want and can edit or delete them as you see fit. Each application has a unique API Key. These are used for authentication. You can learn more about authentication above.
Create an Application
To create an application, head on over to the applications page and press the 'Create a New Application' button.
At a minimum, you'll need to provide an application name and a public model to choose as your Base Workflow. You may also set the default language. If you plan on using a language other than English, you must use the General model. You can learn more about models and languages in the public model guide above.
When you create an application, you will need to select a Base Workflow, along with App Name and Default Language. You can choose from a select list of public models as your Base Workflow.
The Base Workflow you choose will optimize custom trained models to use the knowledge base from the selected public model. For example, if you're training a custom model around food, you could choose the Food model to gain optimized results. We recommend choosing the General model if you're not sure which public model would best suit your inputs.
Check out our model gallery for a description of the select public models that can be used as a base workflow. Also note that you cannot change the Base Workflow of an app once it's created.
Edit an Application
If at any point you'd like to change the application name, add/remove API Keys, and modify Workflow management for Predict, you may do so by visiting the application page and changing the values.
Delete an Application
If you'd like to delete an application, you may do so at any time by visiting the application page and pressing the 'Delete application' button. You'll be asked to confirm your change. Please note that once you delete an application, we cannot recover it. You will also lose all images, concepts and models associated with that application. Proceed with caution.