Mashups using the same API (61)
Frugalytics is a comparison shopping and deal finder that aggregates deals from around the web.
Texsy automatically underlines product-y phrases on a web page, and creates a mouseover ad with related products and prices. The ad clicks are connected to the Amazon, Ebay and Shopping.com affiliate...
Standards-compliant site that compares Amazon, Ebay, and Shopping.com. Uses a hint of AJAX on the search page for quick loading times.
There's always been a little annoyance on the end of affiliate APIs, those that pay developers money for referring buyers. In exchange for a potential sale, developers have to send their users to the company's site to complete the transaction. In the future, many of those purchasers will be able to remain using the developer's application for the length of the sale. We're a step closer to that future with a new release from API management company Mashery (a ProgrammableWeb sponsor). Mashery customers can now process transactions through their APIs, which means the potential for applications with lower barriers between a customer and a sale. And yes, that little annoyance at the end of affiliate APIs could be going away.
When Amazon recently implemented what it calls "efficiency guidelines" in its Amazon Product Advertising API, the online retail giant took some developers by surprise. The change was meant to limit access to sites that did not send buying customers. However, a change to your code is required to ensure that you receive the correct level of access. Those that didn't make the change were subjected to the lowest limits. For some, that meant lost revenue--both to the developer and Amazon.
Groupon, which calls itself a "social commerce site," is one of many online services that help consumers pool their buying power to get great deals. However, few companies can share Groupon's experience of attracting $135 million dollars from the same venture capital funds that helped grow Facebook and Zynga. To help third-party developers and affiliate members get the word out about its daily specials, Groupon has released a publicly available API.
||The ReviewTrust API integrates consumers' reviews with the aim to increase trust at a purchase time. It is available in JSON format with Api Key. Resources include URL, endpoint, parameters, and...||Feedback||06.14.2016|
||The Kentico API integrates forums features into web services and mobile applications. It is available in JSON protocol with secure session authentication. Resources available for front-end and back-...||Forums||06.08.2016|
||The Bucky Box API simplifies the integration of shopping carts for third-party sites. Users can also embed it as a turnkey system for channeling new customers along with new orders into the Bucky Box...||eCommerce||06.07.2016|
||The Stattleship API is designed to provide brands with the data they need to connect with sports fans via social media. Stattleship's data scientists help determine which sports, teams, and players a...||Sports||06.03.2016|
DealsRace Deals Picker
||The DealsRace Deals Picker API allows developers to integrate a price comparison system into their existing applications. The API provides price comparisons, coupons, and deals for more than 1000 e-...||eCommerce||05.31.2016|