Mashups using the same API (2)
New York City is probably best known for its skyscrapers and millions of people, not the trees that line its avenues. A new iPhone app goes out on a limb to give a little credit to the oaks and maples. And it's doing it thanks to open government data.
The New York Times made news earlier this year through its release of several APIs (our Campaign Finance API Profile and our Movie Reviews API Profile). There's been promise of more APIs to come, and the latest prototype created by The New York Times gives a preview of what is to come.
||The Reise API offers integration with Ruter's journey planner service. GET methods are used for requests. Ruter is a Norway based transportation firm that provides information about several related...||Travel||09.19.2016|
MapQuest Data Manager
||This API allows you to store custom datasets in a spatially-aware database that resides on MapQuest servers. This includes tables that contain points, lines, and polygons that are stored as...||Mapping||09.19.2016|
||BeMyGuest is a booking platform specialized in Asian destinations. The API offers interface options such as locations, supported languages and currencies, product types and categories, and default...||Travel||09.13.2016|
City of Chicago Divvy Bicycle Stations - Historical
||The City of Chicago Divvy Bicycle Stations - Historical Stations API captures past data and trends of the availability of bicycles and spaces for retuning bicycles at Divvy stations in the City of...||Cycling||08.29.2016|
City of Chicago Divvy Bicycle Stations
||The City of Chicago Divvy Bicycle Stations API lists the pick-up and return locations of the Divvy bike sharing system. Notably, the API generates lists of all approved locations of system, including...||Cycling||08.29.2016|