Mashups using the same API (3461)
Google Maps mashup of the Detroit Tigers players and where they are from. Popups include photos and links to detailed stats.
The Internet TV charts tracks the most popular online video clips each week from four leading Internet TV sites. All the best video clips, on one page.
A Google Maps mashup that plots the location of directory listings on the map. Choose a category to see the mashup, or choose a listing from the category page.
With use cases in chat, advertising and photo sharing, the Face.com API now estimates the age of the faces it finds in photos. The service released mood detection last July and has seen the number of developers registered on its platform double in less than a year. The age estimation is hardly perfect, but gives a guideline that joins a number of attributes the service can return from just a snapshot.
WhyGo, a leading public video conference booking service, has released the WhyGo API to simplify booking further than it already has. WhyGo maintains over 3,000 video conferencing facilities around the globe.
It's been less than a month since Mixer Labs released the first version of its read/write location API, formerly know as the TownMe GeoAPI. Now Mixer Labs has rebranded the TownMe GeoAPI as GeoAPI.com and released several new features as part of the rebranding.
MapQuest Data Manager
||This API allows you to store custom datasets in a spatially-aware database that resides on MapQuest servers. This includes tables that contain points, lines, and polygons that are stored as...||Mapping||09.19.2016|
Brightcove Smart Player
||The Brightcove Playback API can access video and playlist data from websites and mobile applications. It is available in JSON architecture with policy key as authentication method.||Video||08.31.2016|
Brightcove Ingest Profiles
||The Brightcove Ingest Profiles API enables profiles' creation, retrieval, and update from the Video Cloud account. Useful to transcode videos. Available with token as authentication in JSON...||Video||08.31.2016|
||The Pexels API integrates photo search into applications. Available with key authentication, HTTP requests, and JSON responses, the application is licensed under creative commons zero. It allows...||Photos||08.30.2016|