Mashups using the same API (21)
Create an instant mosaic from your Twitter or LiveJournal friends pictures. You can print it on a mug, a T-shirt, a mousepad or a bag.
Combines music charts from all over the world with music videos from YouTube, info from Last.fm and lyrics.
Use the site to create a voodoo character and subject it to all kinds of fun. It is customizable, so you can make the character look like yourself. Then get the Voodoo Character on a t-shirt to share...
There's always been a little annoyance on the end of affiliate APIs, those that pay developers money for referring buyers. In exchange for a potential sale, developers have to send their users to the company's site to complete the transaction. In the future, many of those purchasers will be able to remain using the developer's application for the length of the sale. We're a step closer to that future with a new release from API management company Mashery (a ProgrammableWeb sponsor). Mashery customers can now process transactions through their APIs, which means the potential for applications with lower barriers between a customer and a sale. And yes, that little annoyance at the end of affiliate APIs could be going away.
Over there, by the gum and the tabloid magazines, there's an API. Literally, it's a piece of plastic, but behind it is a company and the APIs that company uses to make the whole operation work. Blackhawk, a subsidiary of Safeway, distributes gift cards for many big-name stores in 90,000 retail locations. And while the cards have always been supported by backend systems, mobile is moving this ten year-old company to an open API approach.
I thought the social network space was filled up by the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Google+, kind of like how online bookstores have been dominated by companies led by Amazon. Sure, there are new social network competitors, but we grok the beast. But just when LinkedIn seemed to define the boundaries of social networking, Instagram comes out of nowhere and suddenly we understand less than we thought. Far from set in its ways, of social networking is being rocked by waves of game changers. In an article in Fortune, HootSuite CEO Ryan Holmes serves up 7 contenders to watch in 2013.
||Episerver is a platform for brands to manage and connect content, ecommerce and digital marketing. With the interface, developers can integrate catalog, inventory, pricing, and order information. The...||eCommerce||11.18.2015|
||Tradable Bits Media offers social media marketing services for sports, tourism, entertainment, hospitality, retail, and other agencies. The Tradable Bits API allows developers to implement marketing...||Marketing||11.18.2015|
||The MOCA API offers a variety of services which can be accessed via MOCA's SDKs. The API can be used to automate beacon fleet management, connect your CRM data, schedule proximity campaigns, and...||Analytics||11.13.2015|
||The SHOP.COM API allows developers to integrate SHOP.COM services and content into their applications. This enables users of the developer's applications to search and view product details for...||Marketplace||11.11.2015|
||The Zoho Inventory API is a REST API which allows developers to perform all the operations that are available with the web client. It ensures predictable URLs that make writing applications easy and...||Inventory||10.23.2015|