Mashups using the same API (70)
Who is Digging You Lets you see, literally, who is digging you on Digg.com. It works best when the Digg user has set up a profile picture otherwise you get the anonymous coward picture. Popfly...
DuggBack is a service that lets you quickly find all the available mirrors and web caches for a popular Digg story.
A prototype visualizer for Friend Of A Friend relationship objects. It mashes up MyBlogLog FOAF objects, and adds favorites from del.icio.us, Digg, Last.fm, LinkedIn, StumbleUpon, Upcoming, Tumbler,...
This week at the Twilio Conference, the five finalists of the latest round of the Twilio Fund will be pitching their startups to compete for investment from the micro-fund. The fund is meant to encourage usage of the Twilio API as a platform and was created through a Twilio and 500 Startups partnership.
It’s no secret that Dell placed a big bet on software companies in the last few years. The hard part will be pulling all the assets together under a shared integrated framework. The company is working through the first phases of that effort now, according to Dell Software president John Swainson.
Amazon Alexa Flash Briefing Skill
||A Flash Briefing offers sneak previews to news, jokes, lists, audio, and other types of content that are channeled according to the topic selections and frequency preferences of recipients. A user...||Content||10.27.2016|
||This API provides a way for you to integrate news data into your systems and processes. It allows you to search among all the news articles while continuously indexing based on keywords, language,...||News Services||10.21.2016|
W3C CSSOM View Module
||The W3C CSSOM View Module API is a specification for APIs that provide methods for inspecting and manipulating the view of documents. These methods can get the position of element layout boxes, find...||Documents||10.21.2016|
W3C Pointer Lock
||The W3C Pointer Lock API is a specification that defines an API for providing scripted access to raw mouse movement data while also locking a mouse event's target to a single element and hiding the...||Tools||10.18.2016|