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API Mashups (14)
Bookfinder is a mobile application that lets users browse and search for different book titles. The application uses a few different APIs, including Google Books and Open Library.
Vplan.com/search is a multi-search engine that easily allows for customized searching.
Google Books takes a couple of search steps to show if an ebook is available for free download in PDF or EPUB format. This app lets you find free eBooks from the Google Books collection in a single...
The Books category contains APIs for book sharing, retail, social publishing, book creation, accessibility aids, book exchanges, metadata and more. This article focuses on 53 Books APIs including Readmill API and the popular Google Books API. We list 11 Google mashups along with other Books APIs.
Salesforce Einstein Vision
||The Salesforce Einstein Vision API allows developers to harness the power of image recognition to build AI-powered apps fast. Einstein Vision enables you to tap into the power of AI and train deep...||Machine Learning||12.06.2017|
Library of Congress MARC Open Access
||The Library of Congress MARC Open Access API allows developers to access and integrate the bibliographic data of the Library of Congress with other applications and to create new applications. The...||Library||11.28.2017|
Twitter Enterprise Search
||The Twitter Enterprise Search service provides two enterprise search APIs that includes; 30-Day Search API and the Full-Archive Search API. It provides Tweets posted with the last 30 days and...||Social||11.16.2017|
Jikan Unofficial MyAnimeList
||Jikan is an unofficial MyAnimeList PHP based API that covers what the official MyAnimeList API lacks. There are methods for querying Manga and Anime, characters, persons, users, popularity, and...||Animation||11.16.2017|
Twitter Search Tweets
||The Twitter Search Tweets API provides low-latency, full-fidelity, query-based access to the previous 30 days of Tweets with minute granularity that provides both data and counts endpoints. This is a...||Social||11.14.2017|