Mashups using the same API (1)
A book about open data, to be released in January—and the launch of a pilot website showcasing open data businesses—both forecast a big year for open data in 2014, and highlight the importance of APIs in powering this new wave of innovation. ProgrammableWeb spoke with Joel Gurin, author of Open Data Now, and reviewed some of the businesses that make up the preliminary Open Data 500 list.
InternetNews.com's Kenneth Corbin recently wrote about the National Association of State CIOs conference, where White House science and technology adviser Beth Noveck spoke to attendees about opening up government processes to collaboration in an open source model. According to Corbin, Noveck hinted about an API-driven model that could produce citizen-created mashups and applications.
||The PokéAPI provides integration with an extensive Pokémon database. Version 2 offers resources such as locations that can be visited within the games, Pokémon abilities, and evolution chains. This...||Games||07.19.2016|
||The Plenario integrates datasets into applications, in addition to be an open data service itself created for educational and scientific purposes. Developers can call with HTTP GET to obtain JSON...||Database-as-a-Service||06.28.2016|
Periscope Data CSV
||The Periscope Data CSV API can be activated from a unique URL available on the documentation site. Users can integrate a chart with R, Python, and Google Sheets help. Periscope Data unifies data from...||Charts||06.22.2016|
||The LeakedSource API is a data filtering tool for detecting user profiles that may have been hacked and posted to leaked databases. It is a security solution for protecting the individual profiles...||Security||06.15.2016|
Numbeo Cost of Living
||The Numbeo Cost of Living API integrates living conditions comparisons between two cities or countries. Available JSON protocol to interchange data with Api Key authentication. Methods include cities...||Cities||06.15.2016|