Mashups using the same API (2600)
A Map Mashup aggregate of Apple Stores, AT&T wireless locations, relevant ebay auctions, craigslist listings, and other features.
An interactive worldwide map and directory of hotels, airports and holiday destinations containing over 100,000 listings. Be sure to see their World Capitals Map with hovers that show flags of every...
A Mashup of the new WikiLocation API and Google Maps to show information about Wikipedia articles in a location.
A few years ago, Tim Berners-Lee (inventor of the World Wide Web), urged his TED Talk audience to share raw, unstructured data in order to boost innovation and solve critical problems. The INOH API project aims to bring Berners-Lee's vision to light.
Swivel, along with its cousin IBM Research's Many Eyes, is helping make sharing, visualizing, and discussing data on the web fun and addictive. How? Take, for example, the following Swivel-hosted graph, which shows the Growth of Creative Commons Photos on Flickr to millions of photos.
W3C Pointer Lock
||The W3C Pointer Lock API is a specification that defines an API for providing scripted access to raw mouse movement data while also locking a mouse event's target to a single element and hiding the...||Tools||10.18.2016|
||The Curriki Search API integrates search for educational open source features into web services. Searches cover text-based query, subject category, type of resource, grade level, and review rating....||Education||09.29.2016|
Body Labs Blue
||The Body Labs Blue API allows developers to predict a customer's clothing size based on their height and weight. Body Labs Blue uses AI and machine learning algorithms to predict 19 additional,...||Clothing||09.28.2016|
||The W3C Visibility API allows a resource to request that a user agent guarantee to display its viewport in an unmodified manner and report on its success or failure in meeting this guarantee....||Images||09.27.2016|
||The W3C Presentation API is a specification that defines an API for allowing web content to access external displays, such as projectors or connected TVs, for presentations. This specification is...||Visualizations||09.27.2016|