Mashups using the same API (3035)
Geotag your Flickr photos using Google Maps. Tries to do as much as possible client side, so that server round trips are eliminated or reduced where possible leading to a more responsive feel.
Search Flickr by tags.
Sandrific is a mashup for people who love sand. View photos of sand from around the world.
Careful what photos you tweet--and where you were when you snapped the shot. There's another site designed to warn you against the hazards of over-sharing. This time it's not related to active location-sharing, but instead accidental. The meta-data stored in your photos may be giving away where you live.
Our directory lists 216 mashups under the real estate category. While these mashups provide their own take on browsing and evaluating real estate listings, several of them lack critical school data, which is an important part of a family's housing decision. Education.com plans to change all of that via its API.
Open Library Subjects
||This API returns Open Library data details of a subject. When query parameter details=true is passed, related subjects, prominent publishers, prolific authors and publishing history are also...||Library||11.29.2016|
Open Library Search
||This API is provided by Open Library and allows you to search library data. Open Library has developed a suite of APIs to help developers get up and running with the provided reference data. They...||Library||11.29.2016|
Open Library Lists
||This is a beta of Open Library lists API and is still under development. It returns user list, create list, read list, update list and more. Open Library has developed a suite of APIs to help...||Library||11.29.2016|
Open Library Covers
||This API provides a programmatic method to access the book covers and author photos available in the Open Library Covers Repository. Book covers can be accessed using Cover ID (internal cover ID),...||Books||11.29.2016|
Open Library History
||This Rest API allows you to change history of any Open Library object that can be accessed by passing ?m=history query parameter to the resource url. Open Library has developed a suite of APIs to...||Library||11.29.2016|