Mashups using the same API (433)
Winner of the 2008 Mashup Camp 6 best mashup contest. Mapdango combines many APIs to create an uber map mashup with lots of ways to explore content from from WeatherBug, Flickr, Wikipedia, Eventful,...
Streampad allows you to stream music from your home machine to any internet connected machine. Uses Google maps to display where people are listening and Amazon to display album covers.
Consolidates different Web components for college students. Contains Google search, video and local search, local businesses, maps, news feeds, professor searches, local drink specials, and games.
Consumer Notebook just launched their API at PyCon. The Consumer Notebook site allows users take products and add them to lists and grids. Lists, as you’d expect, allow you to group common products. For example, gift ideas for friends, or books you’d like to buy. Grids provide a way to rank and compare a set of similar products. Perfect for planning your next cell phone upgrade, or deciding which trampoline best fits your lifestyle. Consumer Notebook [is a] product comparison site that combines the best features of Open Comparison, Yelp, Consumer Reports, and Pinterest. The API is REST based, and provides data in JSON format. Currently the documentation only references read access to the principle resources: Users, Products, Lists, and Grids (a comparison of products).
After beta testing for almost a year, the Facebook Credits API is finally being opened to all developers. Before beta testing the service had been in very limited alpha testing for over six months before that. On July 1st, more than two years after the social networking site started working on the system, all Facebook-based games that process payments will be required to use only Facebook Credits. The 350 applications granted early access already account for 70% of such transactions. Facebook credits can be purchased by users at a rate of $0.10 each (with an additional 10 free when buying 100) and redeemed by application developers for $0.07, leaving Facebook with the balance.
Amazon has just released an in-App purchasing API for PC and Mac Apps. Game developers should win big. This closely follows its Kindle ebook commitment to extending products across platforms. Ebooks were first available on Kindle readers, then they became readable on Macs and PCs. The roll out for in-App purchases in games was likewise first available to Kindle Fire and Android developers last April, a precursor to this announcement.
||The Fomo API allows developers to integrate social proof into their websites and apps to increase the rate of on-page conversions. Fomo can display recent customer actions - such as purchases,...||Marketing||08.31.2016|
Cloud Elements eCommerce Hub
||The Cloud Elements eCommerce Hub API provides developers with integrated access to leading cloud-based eCommerce services such as Shopify, Magento, Etsy, Bigcommerce, Volusion, WooCommerce, Weebly,...||eCommerce||08.24.2016|
Visual Search API Image Recognition
||The Image recognition API provides a service to find a match image in a client's image set for an input image. Image finger print characteristics such as color distribution, shape geometry, and image...||Search||08.12.2016|
Walgreens Digital Offers
||The offers API enables third party applications to search and clip digital coupons directly to Walgreens customers Balance Rewards Cards. Platforms include; iPhone, iPad, Android, Android Tablet,...||Loyalty||08.11.2016|
||iDealFeeds is an automated coupon feed provider and content distribution platform dedicated to the Asian market. This platform offers performance reports for customer insight based on clicks and...||Coupons||08.11.2016|