Mashups using the same API (2565)
The general reaction to Apple's release of the iOS 6 Maps application has been disappointment. Let's face it, it just doesn't work well and steadfast Apple users have valid reason to complain; it's sent users to the wrong places, listed buildings that no longer exist and simply doesn't display the kind of data that Google Maps does. But frustrations aside, it seems there are other things to consider and there may be some huge potential on the rise for the future of iOS 6 Maps.
On its Geo Developers Blog, Google announced time zone functionality for the Google Maps API. Developers around the globe have exhaled a sigh of relief, as time zone functionality has either kept them up at night, required extensive programming, or remained just a bit outside of an apps functionality because it wasn't mandatory (but sure would have been nice).
||The OpenStreetMap TagFinder API is a RESTful HTTP API that provides users access to the underlying data on the OpenStreetMap wiki. Users can integrate TagFinder data in their webpage or application...||Classification||01.12.2016|
||The Cricket [Unofficial] API is a project that is dedicated to providing an easy to use RESTful Cricket API for application developers. Currently Match API is up and running and Player API will be...||Sports||01.06.2016|
||Mapme API is a RESTful builder tool for maps. Mounted as a service on Google Maps API, Mapme facilitates easy creation and customization of content on maps. Mapme maps can include layers, tags,...||Mapping||12.31.2015|
Baron Velocity Weather
||The Velocity Weather API allows developers to incorporate the Baron Weather service into their applications. Data products in the API fall into two categories – Text and Graphical products. Text...||Weather||12.17.2015|
One Map Singapore
||The One Map Singapore API allows to integrate mapping features into applications. It provides REST protocols and Api Key authentication. One Map invites developers to create mashups with the...||Mapping||12.07.2015|