Mashups using the same API (5)
Energy TACO is a Google Chrome extension which was developed during the 1st ever Cleanweb Hackathon by Matthew (@matthewfong) and Michael (@Dogtown7) from Genability (@genability). TACO stands for...
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Father's Day weekend is again upon us. Growing up, my dad was always the hardest to shop for. I couldn't always tell what he would like and if he did like it, he had a tendency to buy it for himself. This week we'll look at some mashups that might help spark some ideas for those dads that are hard to get gifts for. The mashups include a little something for every dad out there including beer, hiking, golfing and movies. Read below for more details on each. ProgrammableWeb would like to wish a Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there.
Last month ProgrammableWeb reported that Wordnik, a popular online dictionary and provider of the Wordnik API, had launched a brand new company called Reverb. Reverb is home to several developer tools including Swagger, a complete framework for "describing, producing, consuming, and visualizing RESTful web services." This post is an overview of the Swagger interactive API documentation specification and framework.
Box continues to encourage creativity and innovation with its ongoing parade of challenges, competitions, and hackathons. Its latest quest to engage the developer community arrives in the form of a Risk-inspired online battle: BRISK. BRISK started as a typical Box challenge; however, to date it has developed into its "own wondrous virtual world, complete with it’s own servers, it’s own API and it’s own set of rules." The strategy and competition have become intense and complicated, but the goal remains simple: "devise the optimal strategy for your bot to take over the world."
W3C Web Workers
||The W3C Web Workers API is a specification that defines an API for spawning background workers to run scripts in parallel to a web application's main page. This allows developers to use message-...||Tools||11.07.2016|
||The Augeas API configures files in C language. It can parse native formats, providing command line tools, tree representations, and XML format as resources. Available bindings for Ruby, Python, OCaml...||Editing||11.07.2016|
||This REST API allows you programmatic access to read and modify your data in Mixmax. This includes access to availability, polls, snippets and more. Mixmax is the place for all your team's external...||11.02.2016|
||The GHTorrent API is a project based service for developers that is working to make the GitHub REST API queriable. By creating a scalable, offline mirroring of the data offered through the GitHub...||Tools||10.30.2016|
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|