Mashups using the same API (1)
This year has certainly been the time for governments opening data. It's also ripe with public mashup contests, from big U.S. cities to large-scale propositions from down under. Here's an overview of some of the recently-launched government data contests.
Last week, the Nordic APIs team took on 4 events in 4 Northern European cities in 4 days. There was something for everyone in an agenda that covered API neo-security frameworks, the latest trends in B2B integrations, how government agencies are opening up their data, and API usability best practices.
The Pearson Student Coding Contest is open and accepting proposals. I'll be participating as a judge in this contest aimed at undergrads building apps to improve online learning.
||The Houzz API allows developers to access and integrate the merchant products and services from Houzz with other applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should...||Merchants||05.29.2016|
||The Gator.io Gatorscore API is a real-time intelligence gathering and user profiling solution for websites. The API generates analytical summaries of users' demographic descriptions and location data...||Data||05.25.2016|
||The Ticketmaster Publish API allows developers to publish events, venues, and attractions so that they are available for retrieval using the Discovery API. By default, API users can make up to 5000...||Events||05.24.2016|
||The Ticketmaster Deals API allows developers to find content that is of interest to their audience programmatically. By default, API users can make up to 5000 calls/day. Rate increases are provided...||Recommendations||05.24.2016|
||The Ticketmaster Discovery API allows developers to programmatically search, look up, and find specific events, attractions, venues, and classifications. By default, API users can make up to 5000...||Events||05.24.2016|