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Mapping is one of the most popular categories on ProgrammableWeb. This article highlights different types of GIS, mapping and location-based solutions.
MasterCard has released the new MasterCard Places API, which allows developers to build intelligent location-driven applications using MasterCard Places data.
Google says it will close down the old version of Webmaster Tools API on April 20, the same day ClientLogin shuts down, requiring developers to switch to the new API by that date.
The Google Maps team unveiled a Maps API checker that uncovers API pitfalls. The checker functions as a Chrome Extension and displays identified issues in a browser's address bar.
Digital maps and mapping platforms are very popular these days. This article features the top 10 most popular mapping APIs on ProgrammableWeb.
LinkedIn today announced major changes to its developer program that will see a number of now-public APIs become accessible only to select LinkedIn partners.
Google recently informed Maps Coordinate users that the service will deprecate in January 2016. Google wants to migrate business users to the Maps for Work portfolio.
EBay officially deprecated certain Shopping API calls in 2011; however, the API has continued to respond. At the end of February, three API calls will cease to function.
To fill a general lack of talent, Paul Graham of Y-Combinator argues for decreasing legal hindrances to allow exceptional immigrant programmers access to employment within the U.S.
Amazon recently released Amazon Maps API version 2.0. The mapping API has long enabled developers to add maps to their apps for Amazon’s Fire Tablets and the Fire Phone.
Google is closing Freebase, a community-curated database of well-known people, places, and things, and providing a tool that will enable its data to be imported into the Wikidata project.
Google Maps provides users with the ability to embed Street View and Photo Sphere images and integrate this functionality with third-party sites.