Flickr, Blogger, del.icio.us, eBay, YouTube, Last.fm, Google Talk, Google Calendar, Twitter, Yelp, Vimeo, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Plurk, SoundCloud, Bit.ly, Yammer, Twilio, Diigo, Posterous, Yahoo Weather, Pocket, foursquare, Twilio SMS, Dropbox, Instagram, Pinboard, Instapaper, Zootool, Readability, Gravatar, Scoop.it, Boxcar, WordPress.com, Buffer, Svpply, APIfy
Mashups using the same API (2757)
Very nicely done interactive map of current world and local news mapped. Double-click on the green markers for more levels of detail. Comprehensive listings, good responsiveness. Data drawn from...
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.
Little Corner is a website that is used to pull your entire web presence into one place. It runs on Ruby on Rails, doesn't use a database, and is Heroku-ready.
The rise of Bitcoin has resulted in the development of a variety of services that enable individuals and companies to track Bitcoin, create and manage Bitcoin wallets, and perform transactions using the cryptocurrency.
Startups that want to design innovative products and services using data that's accessible via the web now have better data mining tools, thanks in part to startups like the award-winning import.io. Meanwhile, the recent settlement between U.S. startup People+ and AOL around accessing the entire Crunchbase database via API for a Google Glass app means there could be greater clarity for startups around data usage rights when creating commercial ventures. ProgrammableWeb spoke with import.io co-founder and chief data officer Andrew Fogg and Electronic Frontier Foundation staff attorney Mitch Stoltz to discuss commercial trends in data scraping and developer rights in using data via APIs for business product design.
2011 was another great year for mashups. At ProgrammableWeb we saw over 900 new mashups added to our directory. Popular app categories such as mapping, search and shopping continued to lead the way. This year however saw social apps continue their rapid growth from the last couple of years. As 2011 comes to a close, we take a look back at some of the best and most popular mashups that were submitted.
||The Buildkite Emojis API integrates emojis with the use of the characters /:([\w+-]+):/ Successful responses are demonstrated after sending requests to integrate rockets, Shipit squirrel meme and...||Images||10.20.2016|
||The Buildkite Jobs API integrates job's retrieval, unblocking, output, and variables related to testing an application environment. JSON requests and returns present successful responses in a REST...||Jobs||10.20.2016|
||The Buildkite Agents API integrates lists of paginates agents into applications, useful when testing and automating application development. JSON architecture is available to make callbacks,...||Agents||10.20.2016|
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 Bootswatch API allows users to integrate web development themes into their own applications. The API provides access to a collection of customizable Bootstrap themes that are hosted at the...||Application Development||10.14.2016|