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Mashups using the same API (4263)
Share your predictions with the world and see how many others are of a similar mind and what they, in turn, predict will happen.
This site presents a uncluttered minimalistic interface to Amazon's International sites to enable users to search for items from all of amazon's sites in one place. Features in the pipline...
Share your location in real-time using Mologogo. A free service that will track your friends GPS-enabled cell phones from another phone or on the web. With various social networking features.
For the developer seeking to experiment efficiently with social APIs, O'Reilly's 2nd Edition of "Mining the Social Web" is a truly outstanding resource. Author Matthew A. Russell drops the developer right into the sandbox of each social network (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ are particularly emphasized, as you would expect) with just the right amount of explanation about what's accessible via each dataset, and then clears out all the obstacles so they can start data mining against very clear examples.
Last week we reported on the release of another API by The New York Times: the Times Bestseller's API. Well it didn't take long for the API to make its way into a neat book recommendation engine called Reading Radar.
Perhaps you're wondering which movie to see tonight? You could ask your friends on Twitter, or you could use Fflick to find out what they've already said. Fflick is a social movie review site, where the reviews come in bite-sized pieces from Twitter. The way its developers combine the reviews with other APIs and visuals shows how an excellent site can be built by bringing in content from elsewhere.
||The Soclip API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Soclip with other applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should contact Soclip for...||Music||07.04.2017|
WICG Web Budget
||The WICG Web Budget API supports the retrieval of the budget amounts and the costs attributable to background operations. The API’s silent push functionality allows developers to work from the...||Budget||06.29.2017|
WICG File and Directory Entries
||The Web Incubator Community Group (WICG) File and Directory Entries API is a specification that imitates local file systems that are remotely navigable and accessible to web applications. The API...||Directories||06.29.2017|
Google Web Budget
||The Google Budget API allows developers to manage the budget for limited background work that can be performed in the browser without notifying the user. When the budget is depleted, no more...||Browsers||06.27.2017|
||The Coras API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Coras with other applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should contact Coras at...||Tickets||06.27.2017|