Mashups using the same API (1088)
A better way to buy and sell on the Internet. Shows video of items for sale.
See posts from Twitter social networking site, plotted by location on Google Maps.
Guardly is a mobile personal safety service that empowers people to alert, connect and collaborate with local authorities as well as their own personal safety networks in a single tap.
Yesterday's Mashup of the Day was a fun one for those who miss the good old days of command shells, goosh.org, "the unofficial google shell". Developer Stefan Grothkopp coded this on top of the Google Ajax Search API to give you a command shell for interacting with Google search queries.
Civic minded hackers from all over the world recently organized themeselves for action as a part of the International Open Government Hackathon. The team from Portland, Oregon decided to make use of a platform called ScraperWiki that can grab data from government websites and turn into more consumable formats via the ScraperWiki API. Their work is an excellent example of developer ingenuity at unlocking data that is hard to use but still very useful.
||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|