Mashups using the same API (2574)
Plot your own jogging routes through London with this Nike-sponsored Google Map. You can also browse routes created by others, search by distance, terrain, location, popularity and other variables.
Find and locate Foursquare check-in deals anywhere.
Job search site on Indeed's database. You can see search results on Google Maps. Related images from Flickr for search results. For each state you can see short summary from Freebase.
AOL has announced that its MapQuest service now supports OpenID logins as part of the new My MapQuest capability. AOL has long been an OpenID innovator. As AOL's George Fletcher reminds us, AOL was one of the earliest OpenID providers.
One of the most consistently popular types of mashup is the search mashup. Our directory lists over 900 search mashups making it the third most popular type submitted. This week we're highlighting some of these mashups that have caught our eye in recent months. They go beyond searching the web and allow users to conduct searches on social platforms, data and historical archives. Read below for more details.
Urban Algorithms Geo Data
||The Urban Geo Data API allows users to access socio-economic and environmental profiles of specific GPS locations. Such data types include: air and noise pollution, crime rate, demographic profiles,...||Data||10.17.2016|
||The Purple Gator's gStack API deploys trivia games and surveys without the need to build their own servers and databases, aiming for quickly, efficiently, and cost-effectively processes. It supports...||Games||10.13.2016|
||The Heyzap Campaigns API integrates ad campaigns into applications. It is available to access via API Key to interact with the endpoint that returns CSV responses. Practical uses of the API include...||Campaigns||10.13.2016|
||The AimBrain API allows developers to programmatically access the biometric modalities that make up AimBrain's authentication platform. These modules can be used singly or together depending on the...||Authentication||10.12.2016|
||The W3C FindText API document specifies an API that allows developers to use a variety of selection criteria to find a range of text in a document or part of a document. This specification is mostly...||Tools||10.05.2016|