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Mashups using the same API (4247)
Allows you to create mosaics of photos from Flickr. Each mosaic is one large image composed of small tile images.
Use Google Maps to easily find the closest Starbucks. Browse a directory of Starbucks locations by state and city, and then get reviews for a location.
Visitors can use the Street View camera to take a holiday picture. Users can take as many pictures as they like and then submit them for a chance to win a holiday in Majorca.
Hollywood studios haven't released their good fall movies yet. TV shows like Game of Thrones, Mad Men and the like are months away from their next seasons. You need something to watch, preferably right now. Don't worry, the ProgrammableWeb community is here to help you out. Movie mashups are always a popular submission to our directory and last year we took a look at a few of them. Today we'll look at some recent movie mashups that should help all but the most picky viewers find something worth checking out.
The humongous amount of data that Twitter generates daily, is spawning a new breed of company that is analyzing the data and providing value-added services on it. While the data mining and intelligence applications are still in their infancy, there are interesting applications that you can use today.
||Simapi (Simple Movies API) is a system that allows developers to integrate movie information retrieval with applications. Information such as movie title, movie year, actors and IMDb movie ID can be...||Movies||04.17.2016|
||The Orange Radio API provides worldwide free access to thousands of digital radio stations and podcasts. A catalog of over 20,000 radio stations and 5000 podcast programs is sorted by continent and...||Media||04.13.2016|
Box Office Buz
||Box Office Buz is an entertainment website that specializes in providing movie and gaming news and information about comics, and gadgets. The company behind Box Office Buz is the Canada based, Geek...||Movies||04.07.2016|
||The University of British Columbia Open Collections library contains about 200,000 items such as digital photos, books, newspapers, maps, videos, theses and more. The Open Collections API from the...||Library||03.30.2016|
||Valossa, powered by Val.ai, aims to offer video analytics, specifically video search and film discovery as a service. Valossa allows voice enabled search through natural language processing. The API...||Natural Language Processing||03.17.2016|