Mashups using the same API (74)
Bu.llet.in is a data sharing application and a mashup engine to organize information under country, city and organization, known as geo. Check out what is going in your geo.
Orcheeder is a social network for orchid lovers. The site includes pictures as well as any information you could ever need to know about orchids.
RDF Calendar, which is a typical Events handling application, now supports Google Calendar API. It can retrieve events information from Google Calendar, eventful, and upcoming.org, can can map events.
Attendify releases Open API with external source syncing capability, reducing business overhead associated with creating and managing event apps.
The fusion of technology and journalism continues apace. On a Manhattan rooftop next month, an emerging breed of journo-geeks will enjoy a coming-out party of sorts, in the form of a Hacks/Hackers mixer at Gawker's NoLIta headquarters. Across the Atlantic, meanwhile, there's less glitz but growing interest in the marriage of news and technology, as evidenced by the European Journalism Centre's standing-room-only roundtable on data-driven journalism last week in Amsterdam. (I attended and spoke about the creation of the Data Desk at my alma mater, the Los Angeles Times.)
||Priava offers venue...||Events||11.18.2015|
||The OpenLucius API offers a communication platform as an implementation for business applications. It features document collaboration, to-do lists, calendars, and status updates. This RESTful API...||Social||11.09.2015|
||ReminderDrop is a natural language processing (NLP) reminder and event scheduling API. Developers can make apps and web sites more user friendly by allowing users to schedule events and reminders...||Calendars||11.05.2015|
||The Picatic API gives users tools to sell tickets online, directly from your app or website. The Picatic API also provides the ability to quickly create new events, list events on your own website,...||Events||11.03.2015|
||The ADP Core API brings developers tools for core services which cross domains. This includes Calendars, Notifications, Data Management, News, and more. The ADP APIs are built across eight pillars of...||Enterprise||10.27.2015|