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Mashups using the same API (4263)
A national real estate search engine for rent to own homes. Choose your state and begin your search. Uses Oodle and Google Maps API's to power property listings.
Features information on the Southern Highlands of NSW, Australia. Google Map mashups are included with each town profile, and business listed on the site.
A slideshow of photos from Flickr. Show your photos or photos matching certain tags. Highly customizable with ability to change many display options. Uses Flickr and Widgetbox APIs.
Do you live in the now or keep a foot back in the past? Better yet, what should an API provider do? At the end of July Last.fm (our Last.fm API profile) shut off some old API calls, to the disappointment of some mashup users and developers. The company had some good reasons, but it raises the question about what developers should expect, especially from free APIs.
There's a lot of fuss over the RIAA and the Internet. It seems like it's been a never-ending battle to make music play nice with the internet. Sure, we've got services like Rdio and Grooveshark, but what about making data open to make our listening experience better and more connected with everything else we do?
Isn't it annoying when people get the words of a song wrong and totally miss the meaning? Or, ever wondered what the artist is actually trying to say in his/her intricate piece of musical wordplay? Well, SongMeanings is probably just the service you're looking for. It's an entertainment platform that allows users to follow their favourite artists as well as search for song lyrics and meanings, hopefully getting to the real messages that those artists were trying to get across. The SongMeanings API allows developers to integrate this functionality with other applications.
||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|