Mashups using the same API (848)
Slick interactive visualization of the relationship between music artists using the Last.fm and Amazon.com.uk APIs. NOTE: As of Oct 2008, this site appears to have stopped operation.
Once upon a time, a musicologist was wondering if his music collection was complete. He began to research his last.fm's library to find lost albums. As time pasted by, he reckoned a better way...
Portal site for music videos.
Well over 600,000 developers participate in a topcoder community that not only allows them to expand their development skills, but also gives them access to projects where they can get paid for participating.
When it comes to interacting with the over800 social APIs, it's not just about your friend's data. It's also about your own data. The Personal Data Revolution is about making that data available to you, which is where the APIs come in.
||The Manufaktura Controls API provides users with methods for displaying musical notes on many .Net platforms, including ASP.NET MVC, WinForms, WPF, Silverlight, and Universal Apps. Manufaktura...||Music||06.07.2016|
||The Stattleship API is designed to provide brands with the data they need to connect with sports fans via social media. Stattleship's data scientists help determine which sports, teams, and players a...||Sports||06.03.2016|
SOCAN Works Registration
||The Works Registration API allows interaction with SOCAN in order to submit work information such as performing artist, production title, origin details, and publisher's information. JSON is used for...||Music||06.02.2016|
SOCAN Notification of Live Performance
||The Notification of Live Performance API allows interaction with SOCAN in order to upload performer and creator information such as type of performance, venue type and capacity, and promoter's...||Music||06.02.2016|
||This API is an interface that will retrieve statistic's on advertisements. Insights API can access metrics about your Page. API methods are included for ad campaigns by time, calls to action, clicks...||Marketing||06.01.2016|