Mashups using the same API (3239)
Present your local Website on a Google Map with this mashup.
A 360 degree panorama journey through Prague. Over 400 locations and 800 panoramas. Now with navigation in 18 languages.
This is a Google Maps mashup displaying major nuclear and non-military accidents and disasters.
Facebook has launched a new Continuous Live Video API that enables developers to broadcast long and persistent streaming video to the world's largest social network. Previously, Facebook Live streams were limited to 90 minutes, but thanks to the new API, third parties can broadcast longer events.
Understanding cultural differences among developers emerged as a key issue to address when designing APIs, according to a panel at API Strategy and Practice in San Francisco.
Genius has announced the release of its first public API which allows developers to incorporate the platform’s annotation functionality into websites and third-party applications.
C2Call Low Level
||The C2Call Low Level API integrates chat, messaging, voice, and video into web and mobile applications. It is available in JSON architecture with OAuth as authentication method. Usage aims to...||Chat||10.10.2016|
||This REST API lets you access your submission and organization data and allows you to start accepting text, audio, video, image, or link submissions. It returns submissions, categories, submitters,...||Publishing||10.04.2016|
||VocaDB offers an international music database dedicated to singing synthesizers such as Vocaloid and UTAU. The database contains information related to artists, albums, and music videos. The API is...||Music||10.03.2016|
||The Ableton Live API allows developers to access their entire Live set - including tracks, clips, devices, and hardware control surfaces - programmatically from their third party applications. Using...||Media||09.28.2016|
W3C Remote Playback
||The W3C Remote Playback API is a specification that defines an API for controlling the remote playback of media from a webpage on devices such as connected TVs, projectors, and audio-only speakers....||Media||09.27.2016|