Mashups using the same API (6)
What's My Ride is a fun game that uses a survey to decide what car the user would like to own. Vehicle details are retrieved using the Edmunds.com API.
Cars.com leverages the Uship API to provide cars.com users with instant car transportation rates.
Noodler makes vehicle comparison fun! See similarities and differences at a glance. Data from Edmunds.com, the highly reputable research site.
Rise of Docker containers fuels need to plug application performance management tools directly into Docker API to gain visibility into IT operations.
OpenJaw Technologies, a leading online technology partner for the world's biggest travel brands, has launched the OpenJaw Tribe Developer Community which provides developers access to the OpenJaw t-Retail Platform as well as to a variety of tools and resources that help simplify the integration of the platform into third-party applications.
||BrainShop is a customizable chat bot provider with artificial intelligence capabilities. After signing up, developers can create trainable robots (or "brains") and integrate them with applications. 2...||Chat||07.15.2016|
Predix Public Safety
||The Public Safety API offers media obtained from intelligent lighting sensors located along public roadways and in parking lots. This information provides local businesses and city officials with...||Cities||07.04.2016|
Predix Pedestrian Planning
||The Pedestrian Planning API offers metadata obtained from intelligent lighting sensors located along public roadways, and parking lots. Information returned by this API includes volume counts by...||Cities||07.04.2016|
Predix Parking Planning
||The Parking Planning API offers parking metadata obtained from lighting sensors in parking lots and along public roadways. Information such as real time occupancy status is available. This REST API...||Cities||07.04.2016|
Predix Traffic Planning
||The Traffic Planning API offers metadata obtained from lighting sensors along public roadways. Information such as speed, and direction is available for historical and real-time development purposes...||Internet of Things||07.04.2016|