Mashups using the same API (1506)
Search for books by ISBN using this simple application built on the Amazon APIs.
Standards-compliant site that compares Amazon, Ebay, and Shopping.com. Uses a hint of AJAX on the search page for quick loading times.
We combine the API's from Facebook, Twitter, Bebo, Flickr, Google Buzz and MySpace to leverage the power of social networking to reunite lost Irish pets with their owners in Ireland.
Quick: name that huge search engine you use a lot that starts with G but isn't...Google. (Hint: it's a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony.) Right. It's Gracenote, the folks who help you identify all those tracks in your music library. Okay, it's not exactly a search engine in the conventional sense. But it does have 130 million tracks and TV listings across 28 countries. And it handles 15 billion queries a month. We've covered Gracenote's earlier APIs in a previous column.
ProgrammableWeb recently reported about the launch of the new YouTube Data API Version 3.0 (experimental) which includes a New Topics API and Universal Search feature powered by Freebase. This post provides an overview of the Freebase API which allows the YouTube Data API to perform search queries using Freebase IDs instead of keywords.
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||The 10Duke File+ API is a dedicated file management and file conversion API for online files and media. This REST API provides an engine that allows large scale online file storage as well as the...||Tools||11.30.2015|
||The 12seconds API provides developers with the ability to grab and mix content from the 12seconds site in a number of cool ways. This alpha release of the API is a set of simple HTTP requests to our...||Video||08.21.2008|
||2600hz is a telephony, voice, and video communications platform. 2600hz provides a variety of communications features for organizations and companies to use for voice and video communication. The...||Telephony||09.10.2013|
||The 5gig.com API lists concerts and gigs from the live music agenda of 5gig network of sites. You can filter the information by artist, venue, city, genre, among other options.||Music||02.03.2009|