Mashups using the same API (207)
A small IM bot that converts RSS to IM. You must use a Jabber/XMPP client.
Use this app to view a web of similar books for any book on Amazon.
Searches videos & images from popular stites like YouTube, Megavideo, Dailymotion, Google video, Google images, Bing images & Flickr
Map mashups continue to mature in terms of sophistication and functionality, providing end users with an ever-expanding set of tools and applications. As a result, the intersection between traditional geospatial data and these new mashups requires well defined ways to transfer, distribute, and consume geospatial data in a web-friendly way.
Covering over 200,000 foods and dishes, MyNetDiary's API provides two services to integrate right into your application: FindFood ( 0.5 cents a query) and GetFoodDetails. The input format is HTP request parameters or SOAP. Output format is JSON or SOAP. Food lookup results are sorted by popularity.
||The UKMap API allows developers to integrate UKMap's detailed, large-scale maps of Greater London into their own applications. UKMap can display over 100 million information items, including...||Mapping||11.06.2015|
||The Grocery Checklist API is a RESTful application programming interface that provides a backend service for mobile applications to help users with grocery shopping. This API provides useful tools in...||Food||11.04.2015|
||The FAOSTAT API is a REST API used to access FAOSTAT data. FAOSTAT is maintained by the Statistics Division of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations. FAOSTAT is a major...||Data||10.26.2015|
Ontotext S4 Twitter Analytics
||Twitter IE is a named entity recognition service specially tuned to use Twitter data. It performs: * tokenisation, sentence splitting and part-of-speech tagging, using a model trained specifically...||Text||10.19.2015|
Ontotext S4 Semantic Biomedical Tagger
||The Semantic Biomedical Tagger (SBT) API offers developers built-in capability to recognize 133 biomedical entity types in text and semantically link them to a knowledge graph -- in this case...||Text||10.17.2015|