Mashups using the same API (633)
Not an exciting mashup but I use four different APIs to deliver fresh, useful, or interesting content to this British Columbia travel site.
Allows you to take flickr feeds and view them as Apple iPhoto photocasts.
Upload your Dive profiles from any Suunto dive computer or bottom timer. Reports generated automatically with depth-time profile chart, vertical speed chart etc. Attach GPX track logs from your GPS....
Twitter photo sharing service TweetPhoto is encouraging developers to use its platform by giving them a way to earn some money. The service pays developers by the number of photos that its users upload via the TweetPhoto API.
Skybiometry's cloud-based face detection API serves as a drop-in replacement for face.com's API. This REST-based API can be used in combination with almost any programming language, making it possible to integrate with any device that has internet connectivity.
||The Mighty Slider API integrates slides components into application to rotate images, videos, and banners. Resources include callbacks, properties, methods and events. As a service, Mighty Slider is...||Plugins||05.06.2016|
||Prodigi is a U.K. based on demand printing service which offers framing, art consultancy, and worldwide fulfillment. The Print API can be used to integrate the international on demand fulfillment...||Printing||04.18.2016|
Be Like Bill
||The Be Like Bill API is used to integrate "Be Like Bill" meme creation functionality to websites. The Be Like Bill meme is a stick figure that ignores trolling or offensive behavior that he runs...||Engagement||04.15.2016|
||The University of British Columbia Open Collections library contains about 200,000 items such as digital photos, books, newspapers, maps, videos, theses and more. The Open Collections API from the...||Library||03.30.2016|
Kwilt Photo Stream
||Kwilt is a cross platform API that aggregates photos from 15 of the most popular photo sources from social media, cloud storage, and mobile gallery. It is available via HTTP, JSON, REST, and XML...||Photos||03.23.2016|