Mashups using the same API (3064)
City of Chicago bicycle route data, on Google Maps
Geo-service for Evernote. Here you can search and browse notes on the map.
Map shows where dozens of distinct Birds and Mammals have been spotted in the Village of Northwood on the Isle of Wight, UK.
Among the collections in the Brooklyn Museum are found eleven bronze sculptures by Rodin, five seminal Judy Chicago works, two Edward Hopper iconic paintings, and now one open-to-the-public API, with no admission fee. The API allows for programmatic search of the digitized collections of the museum, which encompasses more than 10,000 individual works. More details at our new Brooklyn Museum API Profile.
Before paintings hang in museums, the artists put brush to canvas out in the real world. A new site is looking to tie the two together with geocoded art. However, rather than show the location where you can see the artwork, it is instead mapped to the location depicted in the work.
There are thousands of Web APIs now available on ProgrammableWeb. More and more developers are using Web APIs to create very useful web applications and mashups. Some developers are using Web APIs to create mashups that are just plain fun. This post features a few really creative, entertaining mashups.
||The LotaData API provides integration of location features with the aim to target mobile advertising efforts. Protocols in JSON. Authorization with API Key. LotaData is a spatiotemporal intelligent...||Location||09.24.2015|
Unofficial Marvel Stream
||The project Unofficial Marvel Stream works to access API data in the form of paginated displays. Developers can integrate information related to characters or comics into their application. This work...||Entertainment||07.21.2015|
||Omeka API allows developers to freely integrate their applications with the Omeka's web publishing platform, specifically for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and...||Publishing||03.30.2015|
Natural History Museum
||This REST API lets users access the data portal of London's Natural History Museum to retrieve collection and research datasets for use in software or applications. The datasets, returned in JSON,...||Museums||02.20.2015|