Mashups using the same API (210)
QuickyWiki blends the depth of Wikipedia with the ease and speed of Cliffs Notes. QuickyWiki extracts focused bits and pieces of lengthy Wikipedia articles.
A beer snob's best friend. Quickly locate the best brewpubs, beer bars and beer stores in your area on your mobile phone. Features include: * Search nearby, by city or by name * Save location...
French regional city finder for the Jura in France.
Adding new features, service updates or interesting content to your business blog is great, but how do you ensure that your users know the cool new stuff is even there? Using a tool like WhatsNew is one way to tackle this issue. It's a service that provides an easy way to show repeat visitors what's new in a given service or application. The WhatsNew API offers even more flexibility, as it allows developers to customise the WhatsNew widget to better suit their specific needs.
AWR Cloud Developer
||The AWR Cloud Developer API supports the integration of AWR Cloud features and tracking of website performance metrics. The API is particularly useful in the daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly, or on...||Web Site Management||10.29.2016|
Twitter Object Nest
||The Twitter Object Nest API allows developers to programmatically upload media and other assets to Twitter, a social microblogging service. The content type to be uploaded must be a valid media type...||Blogging||10.28.2016|
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|
||The Rooftop CMS API facilitates the construction of apps that are responsive to cross-platform and multi-language content management environments. It is essentially a WordPress solution that...||Content Management||09.03.2016|
||Butter is the best blogging platform for your application. It makes setting up the perfect (branded, SEO optimized, fast) company blog insanely easy. It’s built for developers to save us from hosting...||Content Management||07.22.2016|