Mashups using the same API (3149)
Map Tunneller allows users to view the direct antipode of a given location. Users can zoom and pan around on the top map and view the selected location's antipode on the bottom map.
CNN Money list of the top 10 most expensive colleges in the United States. Not necessarily the ones you would expect.
The Weekend Warrior Hike Finder for Los Angeles and surrounding areas. Warning, can load slowly.
The previously popular Google Earth API is being deprecated and is due to shut down in early 2016, signalling the end of access to its 3D imagery via the API. This post by Timothy Whitehead for Google Earth Blog looks at four applications that used to use the API, and what they are using now.
An early influential Google Maps mashup now gives users the chance to change mapping imagery. The GMaps Pedometer (our GMaps Pedometer mashup profile) has six different tile options, the most recent of which is OpenStreetMap, the free editable map of the world.
Fantasy Basketball Nerd
||The Fantasy Basketball Nerd REST API in XML and JSON formats integrates basketball data including players, rankings, projections, depth charts, and injuries. Information is retrieved from NBA.com,...||Fantasy Sports||10.12.2016|
C2Call Low Level
||The C2Call Low Level API integrates chat, messaging, voice, and video into web and mobile applications. It is available in JSON architecture with OAuth as authentication method. Usage aims to...||Chat||10.10.2016|
||VocaDB offers an international music database dedicated to singing synthesizers such as Vocaloid and UTAU. The database contains information related to artists, albums, and music videos. The API is...||Music||10.03.2016|
||The Curriki Search API integrates search for educational open source features into web services. Searches cover text-based query, subject category, type of resource, grade level, and review rating....||Education||09.29.2016|
W3C Remote Playback
||The W3C Remote Playback API is a specification that defines an API for controlling the remote playback of media from a webpage on devices such as connected TVs, projectors, and audio-only speakers....||Media||09.27.2016|