17 APIs Used in 7 Days: Google Maps, YouTube, Twitter

Wendell Santos
Jun. 18 2011, 08:00AM EDT

This past week 12 new mashups were added to our mashup directory and 17 different APIs were used to build them. Some of the newer or less frequently seen APIs include #blue, Dribbble, GitHub, Google Reader Subscriber Statistics, Kynetx, Rotten Tomatoes and Stack Overflow. The most often used APIs this week are FanFeedr Sports News, Google Maps and YouTube. And the most commonly used types of APIs were Social (2 APIs, 3 mashups), Video (2 APIs, 4 mashups) and Photos (1 APIs, 1 mashups). The list below shows which APIs were used by which mashups:

#blue #blue used in NeoZero

del.icio.us del.icio.us used in jQuery Lifestream

Dribbble Dribbble used in jQuery Lifestream

FanFeedr Sports News FanFeedr Sports News used in Boxing 360, Smarter Alarm

Flickr Flickr used in jQuery Lifestream

Foursquare Foursquare used in jQuery Lifestream

GitHub GitHub used in jQuery Lifestream

Google Maps Google Maps used in Bedmap, RouteXL, Updated California Solar, YouTube Video Map

Google Reader Subscriber Statistics Google Reader Subscriber Statistics used in jQuery Lifestream

Kynetx Kynetx used in TomatoFlix

Last.fm Last.fm used in jQuery Lifestream

Netflix Netflix used in Streaming Criterions

Rotten Tomatoes Rotten Tomatoes used in TomatoFlix

Stack Overflow Stack Overflow used in jQuery Lifestream

Summize Twitter Search Summize Twitter Search used in Twitter Multilingual Voice Search

Twitter Twitter used in jQuery Lifestream, Twitter Multilingual Voice Search

YouTube YouTube used in jQuery Lifestream, watch2gether.com, YouTube Video Map

Mashups of the day:
And each day there is one mashup selected to be Mashup of the Day. Here are last week's winners:

Bedmap

jQuery Lifestream

RouteXL

Streaming Criterions

TomatoFlix

Twitter Multilingual Voice Search

YouTube Video Map

Wendell Santos

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