Mashups using the same API (2)
GeoFeeling geolocates feelings of bloggers on the map, making use of APIs: Google Maps and WeFeelFine which has been harvesting human emotions from a large number of weblogs: LiveJournal, MSN Spaces...
Find out how US Bloggers are feeling today. And which area of US is full of happy bloggers and which sad. BlogUSphere Moods maps the feelings of US Bloggers on the US map, making use of We Feel Fine...
In many ways Twitter is a platform to be admired. But how and where it communicates with its developer community has been a bit lacking. At the Chirp conference, Twitter launched the sort of home for discussion and information that should make Twitter developers happy.
||The Classeur API allows developers to access their written content and resources. Classeur is a services for writing notes, documents, and blogs using Markdown. Users can create an unlimited number...||Writing||04.09.2016|
||Twingly is a blog search and data mining service. The Twingly Search API (previously known as Analytics API) intends to provide a commercial XML over HTTP API that enables machine access to Twingly’s...||Social||03.15.2016|
||Twingly is a blog search and data mining service. The LiveFeed API is based in SOAP and allows for the receiving of a continuous real-time (firehose) stream of blog data. It offers livefeed...||Social||03.15.2016|
||The Gravity Forms API allows developers to create, read, update, and delete their forms, entries, and results. Gravity Forms is a contact form plugin designed for websites powered by WordPress. It...||Forms||03.14.2016|
||Ghost is a collaborative publishing and blogging platform. The Ghost API provides access to publishing data. Developers who work with bloggers could benefit from the API, which is available in JSON...||Publishing||03.03.2016|