Mashups using the same API (633)
A geolocation-aware mashup that shows current weather forecast along with recent social media feeds from Twitter, Flickr and Youtube.
Desktop Blog Client that integrates many RSS and Web Services for creating blog content.
Create an advanced photo calendar with your Flickr photos. It is easy to use, and there are many templates to choose from.
Twitter photo sharing service TweetPhoto is encouraging developers to use its platform by giving them a way to earn some money. The service pays developers by the number of photos that its users upload via the TweetPhoto API.
With the real-time web being claimed by some to be one of the core components of Web 3.0 it's unsurprising that we are seeing more real-time APIs and real-time mashups being developed. One mashup has just been created using Kwwika and Superfeedr to demonstrate how two real-time platforms can be integrated to create a real-time news reader application.
||Prodigi is a U.K. based on demand printing service which offers framing, art consultancy, and worldwide fulfillment. The Print API can be used to integrate the international on demand fulfillment...||Printing||04.18.2016|
Be Like Bill
||The Be Like Bill API is used to integrate "Be Like Bill" meme creation functionality to websites. The Be Like Bill meme is a stick figure that ignores trolling or offensive behavior that he runs...||Engagement||04.15.2016|
||Boxalino is a website personalization platform based in Switzerland. It is used to adapt a specific website with user information such as time, and weather data. The Personalization API provides...||Customization||04.07.2016|
||The University of British Columbia Open Collections library contains about 200,000 items such as digital photos, books, newspapers, maps, videos, theses and more. The Open Collections API from the...||Library||03.30.2016|
Kwilt Photo Stream
||Kwilt is a cross platform API that aggregates photos from 15 of the most popular photo sources from social media, cloud storage, and mobile gallery. It is available via HTTP, JSON, REST, and XML...||Photos||03.23.2016|