Mashups using the same API (2568)
Social networking travel websites that creates personalized recommendations for each user based on user interests and user ratings. Uses geotagged Flickr photo stream and Google maps.
The Apprentice on NBC starts a new season this week. This maps shows the hometown of each contestant on Google Maps with their current status of either Active or Fired.
A description box which offers the ability to show a picture of a city and, by clicking on "Show map", a google map with its geolocalization.
ValueAppeal is a service to help U.S. homeowners appeal the assessed value of their home. Over-assessed property results in taxes that are higher than they should be. This means that homeowners may be over-paying their taxes by anywhere from $500 to $1,000 or more. I wouldn’t mind keeping an extra $1,000 of my money per year going forward and I bet the same goes for most of America. If you have a website focused on real estate (did anyone mention this to Zillow?) the ValueAppeal API could augment it with compelling information.
Our directory recently passed 4,000 APIs, each one different than almost every other one. There is a single defining factor of all 4,000: in some way, they're available for any developer to use. They're public. There is a virtual ocean below our directory of APIs that are currently private. These APIs drive mobile apps, connect strategic partnerships and exist within organizations large and small to facilitate data sharing. Some of the APIs in our directory look like cousins of the private API. Their documentation is only available by request, or access is only offered to approved partners. And increasingly, there is a paid barrier to many we list. In some cases, the entire business is an API or collection of APIs.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) last week ran a competition that involved identifying the location of 10 fixed red balloons throughout the United States. It was an exercise designed to see how people can self-organize on the Internet and how information disseminates through social and viral networks. It was won by MIT, taking just 9 hours to find 10 red balloons placed all over the United States.
W3C Payment Request
||The W3C Payment Request API integrates payment methods into merchants' applications. Callbacks are available via JSON and token and system-level are required to authenticate.||Payments||05.24.2016|
||The RentsWatch API returns average rent prices of specific areas in the European market by using an OpenStreetMap (OSM) method. Also, it supports statistics of a city, statistics of a location, and...||Rentals||05.24.2016|
Twin Prime Data
||The Twin Prime Data API provides users with programmatic access to rich client and network data collected by Twin Prime, including data and metrics about end users' mobile app performance and usage....||Mobile||05.18.2016|
||The OnTop Notification API allows developers to get notifications on their phones that keep them informed about their apps. It can be used to get notified of new app content that requires review,...||Applications||05.16.2016|
||ipapi.co API is a location finder solution that summarizes the geographic parameters of mapped locations. The API sends HTTP requests and returns responses in JSON format. It also provides code...||Location||05.03.2016|