Mashups using the same API (45)
An events discovery service that blends event descriptions with interactive multimedia and community enhancements. Like a wiki, you can add text, images, and video to any event.
Travel site that searches and compares travel fares and travel deals from over 100 sites. It also provides shopping interface to shop more than 20,000 travel products. Uses eCommerce APIs from Amazon...
Provides comprehensive information about the most famous wonders of the world using Google Maps, Google Feeds, Flickr, and Facebook APIs. Recommends wonders users might be interested in based on...
RecordedFuture, at first glance, is scary. It’s one of those projects that brings the saying “with great power comes great responsibility” to mind. The company has developed a platform for providing momentum and sentiment ratings around two conceptual abstractions: events & entities. Its system is continually scanning “thousands of high-quality new publications, blogs, public niche sources, trade publications, government web sites, financial database, and more,” then making that available via the Recorded Future News Analytics API. This type of news aggregation and processing is a level of awareness that no single human could otherwise obtain. From a theoretical perspective, having a tool such as this at one’s disposal would create a huge information advantage. Could this be called an information weapon?
Apple has had a busy 2015: It has not only evolved its existing SDKs, but added new SDKs to support newer platforms. This includes, notably, the Apple Watch update. Apple has also introduced innovative SDKs that have enabled the addition of functionality to everything from Search APIs to 3D Touch.
Matthew David from TheAppBuilder.com is an intense individual. He has seen the opportunity lying in front of mobile application developers and I suspect that it’s keeping him up at night. No, its not tied to a single platform. The opportunity he sees is based on a trend that involves billions of mobile phone users around the globe. “There are 7 billion people on the planet, 4.5 billion of them have cell phones” David explained, “currently 5% are smartphones. By the end of 2012, we’ll see that number move to 20%.” That’s about 700 million new smartphones, for those of us counting along, that will be coming online this year. Let that number sink in for a moment. If you’re a bit skeptical, note that some projections put 2012 iPhone says at between 125 and 200 million, and that’s just one phone in the market.
||The Purple Gator's gStack API deploys trivia games and surveys without the need to build their own servers and databases, aiming for quickly, efficiently, and cost-effectively processes. It supports...||Games||10.13.2016|
Verizon ThingSpace Personal Cloud Storage
||The Verizon ThingSpace Personal Cloud Storage API integrates cloud services into telephony applications. It is available with OAuth2 as authentication method, HTTP requests...||Telephony||10.04.2016|
Verizon ThingSpace Device Messaging
||The Verizon ThingSpace Device Messaging API integrates communication services into mobile devices. It is available with HTTP requests and JSON responses, using an API Key to authenticate.||Telephony||10.04.2016|
Verizon ThingSpace Connectivity Management
||The Verizon ThingSpace Connectivity Management API integrates telephony connection features into mobile devices. It is available with HTTP requests, JSON responses, and API token. Resources include...||Telephony||10.03.2016|
Aptexx Mobile Payments
||The Aptexx Mobile Payments API provides developers a simple, mobile-optimized PCI-compliant payment processing system right out of the box. With this API, customers are given more payment options....||Payments||09.29.2016|