Mashups using the same API (2)
Mashup showing locations of 200 places mentioned in the Bible. Going for accuracy they try to pinpoint the locations of the ruins of ancient cities instead of using the locations of modern cities...
Uses the ESV Bible Web Service to display passages relating to a topic.
So just how is your App doing? Got calls on your API? How many? StatHat API makes it possible to answer these types of questions statistically and to chart the data to pick out trends and patterns. Seeing is comprehending.
Chart APIs are useful and popular, and Google knows how to do them well, so they're continuously adding more features and options for customization to their Visualization API. The Google Code Blog recently highlighted a few of the newest features.
||The Pi API offers calls for Pi number operations. Up to 750 billion digits of Pi are available during HTTP calls. The API can return digits from a specified range, a desired position, and stream...||Math||03.28.2017|
||The Octopus REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Octopus with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include making requests,...||Images||03.06.2017|
Mapbox Map Matching
||The Mapbox Map Matching API snaps fuzzy, inaccurate traces from a GPS unit or a phone to the OpenStreetMap road and path network using the Directions API. This produces clean paths that can be...||Mapping||02.28.2017|
||The Mapbox Distance API returns all travel times between many points. It allows you to build tools that efficiently check the reachability of coordinates from each other, filter points by travel time...||Mapping||02.28.2017|
||The Mapbox Geocoding API does two things: geocoding and reverse geocoding. Geocoding lets you convert location text into geographic coordinates. Reverse geocoding turns geographic coordinates into...||Mapping||02.28.2017|