Mashups using the same API (844)
The Nearby Tweets project extends Twitter into a geography–centric social tool for networking and a business tool for building customer relationships and monitoring real–time buzz.
Twitter mashed-up with Del.icio.us...
Produced with a time constraint of 5 days. The site is designed to provide reliable and concise information about Acid Reflux. It uses multiple APIs to pull in content about this condition.
The Twitter API has taken a winding road since its initial launch in 2006. Since 2012, Twitter has continued to clamp down on API consumption and usage, often to the dismay of the developer community. However, Twitter continues to understand the value of API features to its growth and the developer community.
The latest update to Facebook's Graph API gives developers more say over when and how they opt into new features. Facebook also updated its Android and iOS SDKs.
||#Gah People helps people from the FreeNode IRC channel #gah to discover one another. The website's XML-RPC API can be used to retrieve a list of all people on #gah or to retrieve people based on...||Social||01.29.2013|
100 Facts About Me
||100 Facts About Me is a Russian website dedicated to helping people become better friends by providing an easy way to share information about yourself. The 100 Facts About Me API enables users to...||Social||08.13.2011|
3.0 Trippin' in
||Trippin'in offers hourly changing (!) restaurant recommendations, nightlife recommendations, outdoors and attraction recommendations via API. They disrupt the Travel and local market by offering...||Travel||06.22.2013|
||The 360voice API provided by 360voice.com allows users to request data about Xbox Live gamertags and 360voice user profile data. The API uses RESTful protocol and responses are formatted in XML....||Games||11.10.2010|
||From their site: Travel changes people. Whether it is finding a great new coffee shop in your city or a life altering trip around the world, finding great places can make us happier people. 43 Places...||Social||07.02.2008|