Mashups using the same API (1088)
Tripmondo is a travel information browser for trip destinations across the globe. It features videos, photos, guides and attractions, weather information and events for nearly all countries and many...
A small Google Maps Mashup displays the weather forecast and weather-tweets in a nice, simple style.
Browse Twitter-trending restaurants and bars in San Francisco, New York, LA and 10 more top Twitter cities.
Gowalla, Foursquare, Yelp, Facebook Places, the list goes on. There's certainly no shortage of methods to tell people where you are and what you're doing while you're there. Startup Whatser, built on the SoGeo API for location-based apps, has jumped into the ring with a different approach to check-in services: to be useful.
Google launches the Drive Audit API for increased cloud service security. The Koch brothers grow a network of libertarian hackers and coders. Plus: a new API for a Bitcoin index, and Putin signs a law that could block Facebook from Russia.
||Atom.io is a hackable text editor. The Atom.io API allows users to customize contents of the editor. Atom.io, the open source program in JSON protocol and accessible with API Key, is available for...||Hacking||09.18.2015|
||The Blueliv API can be used as an integration of Cyber Threat Intelligence features into applications and services. Main components of the REST API that can be accessed with Token, include predictive...||Intelligence||09.03.2015|
||The HackerRank API can be used to create programming competitions, use a personalized scoring system, and give awards to winners. Available in JSON format with an API Key, HackerRank provides a...||Hacking||07.21.2015|
Ron Swanson Quotes
||Ron Swanson is a fictional character portrayed by actor Nick Offerman. The Ron Swanson Quotes API was developed by James Wright, an independent web developer. This API lets other developers integrate...||TV||01.15.2015|
Yes or No
||The simple Yes or No API is made for automating boolean decision making within mobile environments. API calls will return a "Yes", "No" or "Maybe." Returns include fun links to comical Gifs, such as...||Application Development||12.15.2014|