17 APIs Used in 7 Days: Rotten Tomatoes, Bing and Yahoo BOSS

Adam DuVander
Jun. 04 2011, 12:59AM EDT

This past week 9 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 Plixi, Rotten Tomatoes, Tagul and Twitgoo. The most often used APIs this week are FanFeedr Sports News, Plixi and Twitter. And the most commonly used types of APIs were Search (4 APIs, 4 mashups), Photos (3 APIs, 3 mashups) and Social (2 APIs, 3 mashups). The list below shows which APIs were used by which mashups:

Bing Bing used in Askives

FanFeedr Sports News FanFeedr Sports News used in I Am A Footy Fan, Phanoto

Google Maps Google Maps used in 100 travel destinations

MapLarge MapLarge used in Aidsvu

Netflix Netflix used in Instant Watch Database

Plixi Plixi used in Twitcaps: Watching the World

Rotten Tomatoes Rotten Tomatoes used in Instant Watch Database

Salesforce.com Salesforce.com used in Sales Executive Dashboard

Tagul Tagul used in Twitcaps: Watching the World

True Knowledge True Knowledge used in Askives

TweetPhoto TweetPhoto used in Twitcaps: Watching the World

Twitgoo Twitgoo used in Twitcaps: Watching the World

TwitPic TwitPic used in Twitcaps: Watching the World

Twitter Twitter used in 100 travel destinations, Twitcaps: Watching the World

Yahoo BOSS Yahoo BOSS used in Askives

Yahoo Image Search Yahoo Image Search used in Pentomino Jigsaw Puzzle Games

YouTube YouTube used in Twitcaps: Watching the World

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

 Askives

 Instant Watch Database

 Pentomino Jigsaw Puzzle Games

 Phanoto

 RentUntilYouOwn.com

 Sales Executive Dashboard

 Twitcaps: Watching the World

Adam DuVander -- Adam heads developer relations at Orchestrate, a database-as-a-service company. He's spent many years analyzing APIs and developer tools. Previously he worked at SendGrid, edited ProgrammableWeb and wrote for Wired and Webmonkey. Adam is also the author of mapping API cookbook Map Scripting 101.

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