API Mashups (10)
Pikter is a simple service that enables you to share photos on Twitter and-or Jaiku.
Create an Oysterpass. Your Oysterpass will show your social activities at the internet. Search on different applications. Follow your friends live at your Oysterline
Collection of widgets for different APIs that can be embedded.
Google has a lot of APIs, more than any other company we track. Perhaps as part of adding many APIs, the search giant also has to remove them from time to time. Recently the company has become more liberal in its platform pruning, with at least three separate announcements this year. Most recently Google dropped three more APIs, including the Google Buzz API.
This week Google announced that it will discontinue development on some of its services, and in some instances, discontinue the services all together. According to the Google Code Blog, Jaiku, Dodgeball, and Mashup Editor will be affected by this decision; in addition, Google Video will no longer support uploads and Google Notebook will cease to accept new signups. The blogosphere has been abuzz with the news, and there are mixed reactions to the decision, although it seems like the general consensus is that Google trimmed its efforts on services that had either stalled, were redundant, or had failed to capture sufficient market share to make them worthwhile web properties. ReadWriteWeb, TechCrunch, Search Engine Land, Mashable, and CNET all have additional information on Google's news.
Mixpanel HTTP Tracking
||This is the Mixpanel HTTP Tracking API. It provides a way for you to analyze the actions people take in your application. This can include someone uploading a picture, playing a video, or sharing a...||Analytics||02.17.2017|
Mobile Connect Discovery
||The Mobile Connect Discovery API authenticates users and provides details of the home operator. Developers can configure mobile data to perform callbacks in JSON format, using client ID and client...||Mobile||02.14.2017|
||The Mobile Connect API integrates authentication processes in mobile devices, avoiding to remember passwords, verifying users with one step. JSON formats are available to perform callbacks,...||Mobile||02.14.2017|
||The Placer REST API supports the construction of mobile applications that implement location-based tracking concepts including round the clock location tracking and generation of timelines and...||Mobile||02.10.2017|
||The Inmoji REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Inmoji with other applications. Public documentation is not available; API access comes with account services....||Engagement||02.01.2017|