The CityGrid network APIs give developers access to premium local content including user reviews, editorial content, merchant messages & more, across 75K neighborhoods nationwide. CityGrid Media is an online media company that connects web and mobile publishers with local advertising organizations by linking them through CityGrid, its local content and advertising network. Currently CityGrid offers the following APIs:
Places API - Provides functionality for information on local businesses, including search, detail, user content submission, and predictive text.
Offers API - Provides coupons and special offers from businesses based on geographical location and category
Reviews API - Displays customer reviews based on listing IDs for certain geographic/category attributes All APIs have been instrumented with impression tracking feeding our new beta reporting dashboard.
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The CityGrid Ruby Hackaton Sample Code by CityGrid presents developers how to create an application by interacting with the API. Code includes examples from Fedora, Linux, Apache, and Ruby Amazon Machine Image.
The CityGrid Python Hackaton Sample Code by CityGrid presents API interaction, working with code from Twitter Bootstrap, APIs local directory, class, samples, and Twilio Python library. Developers can create applications once server is configured with Linux, Web Server, FTP, and MySQL.
The CityGrid PHP Hackaton Sample Code by CityGrid demonstrates how to develop applications with Fedora, Linux, Apache, and PHP Amazon Machine Image. Examples include code from Twitter Bootstrap, APIs local directory, class, samples, and Twilio PHP library.