YP, or Yellow Pages, is owned by AT&T's and provides listings, coupons and reviews about millions of businesses in the United States. The Yellow Pages API gives developers access to many of these features.
* Search business listings--search by keywords and location (a zip code, city, address or latitude/longitude).
* Retrieve details of a business--individual business data, including address, telephone numbers, as well as metadata like when the business started and its neighborhood. Also, if a business has an active deal, its coupons will also be listed.
* Business reviews--retrieve ratings and textual reviews of a business.
* Access coupons directly--find YP customers with deals.
* Static Maps--retrieve URLs for a map showing a specific point, or a business listing map showing a specific business. Also includes business details.
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Yellow Pages Microsoft .NET SDK aims to implement in less time. Updates include an ASP.NET sample project and Deals API calls. The number of possibilities to integrate with this kit grow as users show finished products on the website. Some examples: Yellow Pages TV, Wikitude World Browser, and MoodFood.
The Yellow Pages Ruby SDK aims to reduce implementation time. Additional to the official SDK, developer @ianbishop contributed to create a community SDK available on GitHub. Documentation includes Places API and Deals API.
Users can create projects with the Yellow Pages Java SDK. To facilitate development, the site shows an overview, an app gallery, documentation, resources, and support. Specifically, resources include guides to integrate with location-based services (LBS) tools.
The Yellow Pages Python SDK helps to integrate YellowAPI functionality to web apps. A particularity of this kit is the update Django project for 1.4+. With a number of resources, developers will be able to implement in less time. Download directly from the website. Support is available with a FAQ section and a forum.
With the Yellow Pages PHP SDK, developers can integrate YellowAPI functionality to a web app using PHP language. The kit aims to save time with updated Deals API calls. If users encounter download problems, they can contact Yellow Pages support or interact directly with the forum.
YellowAPI functionality can be integrated in a mobile phone with the Yellow Pages Android SDK. This kit in particular contains an improved sample app with auto-suggestion. Additionally, it includes an added GetTypeahead definition and bug fixes on API requests. To create a project, users need to add the YellowAPI developer key to Android and the Google Maps API key to layouts/map.
YellowAPI functionality can be integrated in a mobile phone with the Yellow Pages iOS SDK. Resources include samples, tools, and methods that aim to visualize a working API on the iOS. This kit contains updates with ARC and iOS support, bug fixes, and listing object to match current JSON.