Mashups using the same API (2913)
Headup is a Semantic Web Firefox addon that brings you content related to your interests, friends and contacts.
Food is Singapore's favorite pasttime, with family and friends usually going out together for a meal and enjoying each others company and chit-chatting. Here, I map out great food sources so...
This is a mashup of craigslist and Google Maps. People can sell, rent, find houses or find roommates. Instead of entering a zip code, you actually fly there, and focus on the area you want to live in...
It's funny that when I talk to people in the travel industry about mashups and APIs, most of them get glazed looks in their eyes. Throw in terms like location based services or geospatial awareness and I've lost them. What most of them don't realize is that the majority of the travel apps that are starting to come out, both online and for mobile are mashups that are relying on location awareness and geospatial data. Many of them, like Pocketvillage are a consumer interface on top of a variety of APIs all normalized for a single homogenous user experience. That's right, it's essentially a metasearch tool that pulls in content from a variety of sources including Viator, GetYourGuide, TourCMS, Rezgo, AirBnB, and many others. What differentiates a metasearch like Pocketvillage from other metasearch applications however, is the fact that with location based services enabled, Pocketvillage can return content based on your current location. The issue right now however is that not all geo data is equal. Not all APIs provide geolocation information and some return it based on different criteria.
It may seem like lately geo APIs and mashups are getting a lot of coverage here on ProgrammableWeb, and for due reason: the geo API providers have been busy. From the release of v3 of the Google Maps API to the release of Yahoo!'s Placemaker "geo-enrichment" platform, there has been a lot of activity on the mapping front in the last few weeks.
Music is an integral part of daily life for countless millions of people around the world, and in many cases, the artists who create it touch our lives in ways that go beyond sound. In fact, musicians are some of the most visible and talked about individuals on the internet. To help artists control how they're represented to their fans online, and to help them monetize their online content, San Francisco-based OpenAura has created a digital identity platform for artists and the record labels and content partners they work with. Through this platform, third parties can license premium content, including pictures, artwork, reviews and social feeds, enabling them to build deeper, more dynamic experiences for fans.
||The cuteRadio Data API is a free internet radio service that provides developers access to a large database of internet radio stations. Some of the main features of this API are: tools to search...||Database||11.18.2015|
||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 Mapzen Search API allows developers to integrate their applications with the Mapzen Search service, enabling their users to use the service directly. A free API key is available upon contacting...||Mapping||10.11.2015|
Mopidy Data Model
||The Mopidy Data Model API transfers data to implement music streaming features into an application. Parameters access artists' name, composers, performers, and track release date. Available with JSON...||Music||10.09.2015|
||The Mopidy Core API allows to implement music streaming features into applications based on the cloud. With responses in JSON, developers can manage tracklist, playback, music library, mixer, and...||Music||10.09.2015|