Mashups using the same API (1)
Developers have long requested direct access to driving directions data from Google. Now they've got it, Google announced today at its I/O conference. The feature comes after MapQuest who became the first major player to offer its directions as a web service for free.
With a domain like map.pr, you'd think this would be another link shortener. Instead, it uses the Foursquare API to give you a great way to visualize popular places on FourSquare. And, if you're following the World Cup, you can also use Mappr to find spots frequented by fellow fans.
||The OpenStreetMap TagFinder API is a RESTful HTTP API that provides users access to the underlying data on the OpenStreetMap wiki. Users can integrate TagFinder data in their webpage or application...||Classification||01.12.2016|
||The PageMeta API is a user-friendly API that can parse important meta and related data from a web page. It parses the DOM of a page you request and sends back several sets of data including: Page...||Metadata||01.12.2016|
||Mapme API is a RESTful builder tool for maps. Mounted as a service on Google Maps API, Mapme facilitates easy creation and customization of content on maps. Mapme maps can include layers, tags,...||Mapping||12.31.2015|
Ontotext Image Analytics
||The Image Analytics service provides the means to get the tags and categories associated with an image on a web page. The Image Analytics is based on the Imagga Image Tagging API and is integrated...||Images||12.23.2015|
Baron Velocity Weather
||The Velocity Weather API allows developers to incorporate the Baron Weather service into their applications. Data products in the API fall into two categories – Text and Graphical products. Text...||Weather||12.17.2015|