Mashups using the same API (3761)
DoDyDO is a social networking mashup that focuses on content sharing. You can post text, photos, maps, links, and more. The idea is that you can follow people and topics.
A Google map that plots The New York Times column 36 Hours. This column offers a weekend-long itineraries different North American cities. Click markers to browse columns from the past 3 years.
Heat map of solar power in California from 1999 to 2011. Year selector that allows you to see the change in solar from year to year. Updated from our 2008 version.
Private social network platform Yammer added a developer portal to support its Yammer API. Yammer has had an open API for some time, along with community features such as a developer blog, but the site reorganization prepares Yammer for a growing developer community with new must-have features.
As we sit here in Seattle fighting the snow and ice this week, I find myself looking at a lot of maps. Weather maps that show that the snow will, in fact continue to fall, neighborhood maps to see what others stuck at home are tweeting about, and even maps of warmer places because one can always dream. We took a look at some of our favorite mapping mashups over a year ago so today is a good time to see what is new.
Ever wondered what impact your active presence on the Web has? For example, when you write a blog post or tweet about something, you may be interested in how many tweets your post receives and how many users can potentially reach your post. There are many ways to measure your social impact, however, to cover all social channels and platforms can be difficult to achieve. A Silicon Valley based company BackType builds an analytics platform that helps you understand your social impact at large. BackType's major goal is to give users a very comprehensive view of all social media. Today, it supports over one million sites and networks including Twitter and Facebook. When your app wants to get all the data that comes from Twitter, you can use the Twitter's Streaming API which is the subject to various limits. BackType, however, belongs among those few that have the unlimited access to the full Twitter firehose. It can access more than 50 million tweets a day coursing through Twitter.
||The OpenStreetMap TagFinder API is a RESTful HTTP API that provides users access to the underlying data on the OpenStreetMap wiki. Users can integrate TagFinder data in their webpage or application...||Classification||01.12.2016|
||The Twitter Ads API provides developers with programmatic access to advertising accounts. With this Advertising API, partners will be able to integrate their solutions to promote Tweets and Twitter...||Advertising||01.08.2016|
||Mapme API is a RESTful builder tool for maps. Mounted as a service on Google Maps API, Mapme facilitates easy creation and customization of content on maps. Mapme maps can include layers, tags,...||Mapping||12.31.2015|
||Kloudless is a California based digital storage company. The Kloudless platform connects several cloud services, and supports advanced features such as collaborations, and event notifications. The...||Storage||12.28.2015|
||The Voice Republic API allows developers to integrate streaming services into auditory applications. Create and share audio streaming applications from conferences, public events, podcasts, and...||Audio||12.28.2015|