Mashups using the same API (253)
Pleo HQ features content about Pleo, the robotic dinosaur, including links from del.icio.us, news, blog posts from a custom feed, images from Flickr, videos from YouTube, and auctions from eBay.
Bumble Search is a Firefox extension that mashes up the Web by integrating content from Amazon, BBC, del.icio.us, eBay and other sources.
ShipStation is a web-based shipping solution that streamlines the order fulfillment process for online retailers. With real-time integrations into popular marketplaces including Amazon, eBay, Sears,...
There's always been a little annoyance on the end of affiliate APIs, those that pay developers money for referring buyers. In exchange for a potential sale, developers have to send their users to the company's site to complete the transaction. In the future, many of those purchasers will be able to remain using the developer's application for the length of the sale. We're a step closer to that future with a new release from API management company Mashery (a ProgrammableWeb sponsor). Mashery customers can now process transactions through their APIs, which means the potential for applications with lower barriers between a customer and a sale. And yes, that little annoyance at the end of affiliate APIs could be going away.
Moxie Software has released Engage+,"the first social chat app that leverages Facebook’s social graph leveraging public profiles to target social visitors with unique proactive offers and provide agents with a rich set of social data." Until now, sales and customer service reps had access to limited customer data when interacting with customers via chat (e.g. customer name, purchase history, email, perhaps a few other data points). Engage+ utilizes Facebook's social graph to further understand and engage customers during chat conversations (e.g. age, brand likes, friends, mobile usage, and many more data points). Deeper profiling during a customer interaction allows companies to produce customized offers pinpointed at specific customers.
Why, you may ask, would Zappos--which you probably know as that online shoe store with the great return policy--need an API, much less a developer platform? Well, Zappos doesn't just sell shoes these days; they also carry men's and women's clothing, handbags, housewares, and other related products. And if there's one thing online shoppers love, it's new ways to shop.
||Slurplick is a recommendations platform which extracts information about product images. This platform features machine learning, analytics, and a cloud infrastructure. Slurplick offers its API which...||Recommendations||04.16.2016|
||Zalando is a fashion platform for the European market which integrates an expansive shopping store with secure transactions dedicated to its business partners and their third party applications....||eCommerce||04.14.2016|
||Wizie is a technology provider specialized in travel solutions. It offers a booking engine with different customization options that can be adapted to travel websites. The Wizie API consolidates the...||Travel||04.07.2016|
Pitney Bowes GeoSearch
||The Pitney Bowes GeoSearch API allows developers to make calls to the GeoSearch API, enabling local search capabilities on their applications. Pitney Bowes specializes in customer information...||Location||04.02.2016|
Pitney Bowes GeoEnhance
||The Pitney Bowes GeoEnhance API allows developers to make calls to the GeoEnhance API, enabling access to addresses, places, points of interests, and timezone by location. Pitney Bowes specializes in...||Location||04.02.2016|