Mashups using the same API (448)
Wakey Wakey is a "social alarm". Using Twilio's new Client, your friends can call you until you wake up. If you do wake up on time, call your friends to wake them up and track your...
oGoWoo is a free word of mouth advertising system. The system uses the Facebook API for post advertising or promotional messages on users Facebook walls on their behalf, as return they get gifts and...
Arms Dealer is a facilitator of small arms acquisition. Find and review gun shops, shooting ranges and other firearm related businesses.
Social networks have erupted in popularity in the last 15 years; companies like Myspace and LinkedIn soon became household names. Today, facebook has over 800 million active users and counting. It quickly became clear that social networks could be used for more than connecting with friends; they could connect employees, community groups, and the unemployed with potential employers. Today, companies like GROU.PS, allow for easy creation of personalized networks that allow anyone to create their own social sites. With the GROU.PS API information from GROU.PS sites can easily be integrated into existing platforms.
For the developer seeking to experiment efficiently with social APIs, O'Reilly's 2nd Edition of "Mining the Social Web" is a truly outstanding resource. Author Matthew A. Russell drops the developer right into the sandbox of each social network (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ are particularly emphasized, as you would expect) with just the right amount of explanation about what's accessible via each dataset, and then clears out all the obstacles so they can start data mining against very clear examples.
While Google leads the way in web search and Yahoo leads the way in answers, many upstart services are attempting to help you make decisions by giving you smarter answers to your questions. Microsoft has billed its new search offering Bing as both a "decision engine" and an "answer engine." Now there's Hunch, a new start-up founded by Flickr's Caterina Fake, which also aims to be a decision engine, but using a very different model. By first asking the user questions ranging from food preferences to pet peeves, Hunch tries to provide answers to questions that best match the user's interests based on crowdsourced data collected from other users.
||The Fencer API is a geofence web service for mobile apps, web apps, and IoT. It offers "geofencing as a service". Quickly and easily, developers can create and manage geofences for applications or...||Data-as-a-Service||09.16.2016|
||The Dango API allows developers to create emoji predictions through the application of algorithmic techniques on the natural language processing tools that share neural networks. The API is capable...||Natural Language Processing||09.08.2016|
||The StatSocial REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of StatSocial with other applications and websites. Some example API methods include retrieving various types of...||Social||09.05.2016|
||The Fomo API allows developers to integrate social proof into their websites and apps to increase the rate of on-page conversions. Fomo can display recent customer actions - such as purchases,...||Marketing||08.31.2016|
Harvard University CS50 Courses
||This API provides a RESTful interface and allows you to request data programmatically from CS50 Courses in JSON, JSONP, or XML format. At least once per day, CS50 synchronizes with the Courses of...||Education||08.26.2016|