Mashups using the same API (2608)
Google now has over 400 cities included in its transit service. That means each of those organization provides a feed so that the search giant can give accurate routing, schedules and fares. So, why isn't it easier for the average developer to access this data?
This article is the third of a three part series from MLSDev that shows you how to build an eCommerce API using Ruby on Rails. In this part, readers are shown how to secure their online store by implementing registration and authorization. A Github project accompanies this series.
||EasySize API is an integrative solution that simplifies the sizing and purchasing of clothing from online fashion stores. The API is responsive to a variety of e-commerce platforms and it is designed...||eCommerce||05.16.2016|
||The PriceJSON API returns detailed pricing offers for over 340 million products sold through Amazon.com. It provides product price, shipping price, buy box, seller name, and seller rating. API uses...||eCommerce||05.10.2016|
||ipapi.co API is a location finder solution that summarizes the geographic parameters of mapped locations. The API sends HTTP requests and returns responses in JSON format. It also provides code...||Location||05.03.2016|
Pincodes of India
||The Pincodes of India API is a solution that uses either postal or pin codes to identify the exact locations of India’s expansive network of post offices. The API transmits requests and responses in...||Postcodes||04.27.2016|
||The AddTransit API enables easy integration between the AddTransit GTFS, GTFS-Realtime and Ticketing functionality and other systems. The AddTransit API is currently in beta. Contact the provider for...||Transportation||04.26.2016|