Mashups using the same API (2638)
Belfast Tree Map allows users to view the locations of trees in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Users can zoom and pan around Belfast on the interactive map and click on particular trees to learn details...
Gooogle Maps Mashup displays public broadcast coverage overlays, and allows users to look up demographic information for all broadcast facilities, radio and TV.
See if any of the 500 million dollars in Congressional earmarks get to your town. This mashup from the Sunlight Foundation plots 2,230 earmarks for fiscal 2007.
BikeSpike created a handy piece of hardware that easily affixes to any bicycle frame. The device contains a GPS device that can certainly track your mileage or help plan a route; but let's face it, your smartphone can do that much while sitting in your pocket (or underneath your biking tights). BikeSpike's mission goes beyond a simple GPS. BikeSpike offers automatic crash and tamper protection. BikeSpike aims to help users when they are unable to actually ride the bike. To spark further innovation around its hardware, BikeSpike provides an open API targeted at the developer community.
Here is some interesting news that may impact developers using the Google Maps API (our Google Maps API profile). Google has recently made a couple of updates to their terms of service and have posted the the new terms of service here. There was an initial update made in early November, but one that lead to some debate and confusion about a couple of points, which in turn to a subsequent update. The net result is that the terms of service have been streamlined and some previous restrictions have been removed, including a restriction on the use of Google Maps in desktop applications. Here's a summary of the changes:
It used to be you could change anything layered on top of a map, but you couldn't change the underlying map itself. Now you have several options for changing the color palette and the visibility of different objects that make up your base map. The options vary on the amount you can customize and how much work is required. But all three of these APIs can have you map scripting with style.
MapQuest Real-Time Insights
||This API allows clients to receive GPS observations generated from mobile applications using the MapQuest Tracking SDKs on a second by second basis called MapQuest Observer. It is comprised of three...||Mapping||09.19.2016|
||This API allows clients to receive GPS observations generated from mobile applications using the MapQuest Tracking SDKs on a second by second basis. It provides a way for clients to curate the...||Mapping||09.19.2016|
MapQuest Data Manager
||This API allows you to store custom datasets in a spatially-aware database that resides on MapQuest servers. This includes tables that contain points, lines, and polygons that are stored as...||Mapping||09.19.2016|
Harvard University CS50 Courses
||This API provides a RESTful interface and allows you to request data programmatically from CS50 Courses in JSON, JSONP, or XML format. At least once per day, CS50 synchronizes with the Courses of...||Education||08.26.2016|
Harvard University CS50 Food
||This API provides a RESTful interface and allows you to retrieve Harvard University Dining menus in JSON, JSONP, or XML. Each night, CS50 screen-scrapes nutritional facts, menus, and recipes from...||Food||08.26.2016|