Mashups using the same API (1409)
A comprehensive guide for coastal activities using Google Maps and Facebook. Whether you are looking for a beach holiday, a day at the coast, a coastal path walk, tourist attractions or energetic...
Create your own tour of London, add your own locations or choose from our selection of hundreds of hidden, infamous, grizzly or just famous places to visit in London.
Send messages to Twitter with voice. This is a speech to text service that allows Twitter users to speak their Tweets from their phone.
During the past four months we've seen not one but two well known real-time search engines disappear. First there was OneRiot, which in October 2010 decided to focus on advertising. More recently, Collecta closed it's real-time search engine and API to focus on alternative real-time products. Digging further into real-time search offerings you will also discover that crowdeye has also decided to pull its real-time search engine. This now appears to leave Topsy, and of course Google as the main players focusing on building a real-time search destination. Does this trend signal the end for all real-time search engines or just that their focus has been wrong?
Simply stated: "Tinypass is a powerful e-commerce platform that helps sites charge for access to content." Developers and site owners can utilize the Tinypass platform by adding a plugin for popular CMS platforms (e.g. Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla, etc.); or, developers can integrate Tinypass functionality into apps and third party sites with the Tinypass API.
Last month Yahoo! announced BOSS, its Build Your Own Search Service, which "allows developers and companies to create and launch web-scale search products by utilizing the same infrastructure and technology that powers Yahoo! Search." The REST API allows developers to get results in XML or JSON format for web, news, and image search queries. Recently the official Yahoo! Search Blog showcased a handful of the best mashups that third-party developers created in BOSS's first month of operation.
Flipkart App Install Report
||This RESTful API response is XML and JSON. It allows you to get a report on all Flipkart mobile app installations for a given date range and status. Responses include; date, OS, click type, install...||eCommerce||07.15.2016|
Flipkart Orders Report
||This RESTful API response is XML and JSON. It allows you to get Flipkart order reports for a given date range and status. Responses include price, category, title, quantity, status and more. Flipkart...||eCommerce||07.15.2016|
Flipkart Deals of the Day
||This RESTful API response is XML and JSON. It allows you to get details on Flipkart's deals of the day. Responses include shipping, title, description, URL, availability and more. Flipkart is an...||eCommerce||07.15.2016|
Flipkart All Offer
||This RESTful API response is XML and JSON. It allows you to get a Flipkart complete offers list. Responses include shipping, title, description, URL, category, availability and more. Flipkart is an...||eCommerce||07.15.2016|
Flipkart Search Query based on Keywords
||This RESTful API response is XML and JSON. It allows you to search for products by keywords in Flipkart, based on their product ID. Responses include shipping, title, description, Brand, price and...||eCommerce||07.15.2016|