Mashups using the same API (634)
Infinite Monkey Comics presents a random image from Flickr superimposed with some text off of Twitter, based on keywords of your choosing. Think of it like the Infinite Monkey Theorem, but instead of...
Private intranet and outward facing website for the community living at the former Hartley Jam Factory, London. This website gives local residents a web presence of their own and aggregates all...
Geekish social site, permitting sharing of feeds, searches, and user posts. Uses the Flickr and YouTube APIs as well as search from Google and Yahoo.
For most of ProgrammableWeb's nearly six years, there were two things that always remained true about the mashup directory. First, that Google Maps is the most popular API used to create mashups. And second, that Flickr is a distant second, but well ahead of third. Recently one of these is no longer true, as the Twitter API has passed Flickr in popularity.
The Streak API integrates its client relationship management (CRM) platform into other applications like MailChimps and Wufoo. The API's webpage reveals that it requires an API key and uses HTTP Basic Auth. The request format supports Create, retrieve, update, and delete (CRUD) with response in JSON. The purpose of the API is to manage CRM relationships through your application.
In the event that you don't want to work directly with the Picasa RESTful API, then maybe having a Python Library at your disposal will make it easier!
||The Apility.io REST API returns data of legit and fake users with IP blacklists, email and domain analysis, custom algorithms, and API queries. Developers can have an API Key to access, request with...||Security||12.29.2017|
BookNomads Dutch ISBN Search
||The BookNomads Dutch ISBN Search API gives access to 2.5 million Books published in the Netherlands and Flanders, book covers, and related data. Book Nomads provides a way to borrow and lend books...||Books||12.17.2017|
BioID Web Services SOAP
||This service provides access to the BioID Web SOAP API. The BioID Web Service is implemented as a Windows Communication Foundation service using the SOAP protocol. This allows platform-independent...||Security||12.13.2017|
||The Get Image API retrieves image metadata and converts an image into a base64 string without interacting with a server. Developers can authenticate with token and receive responses in JSON format....||Photos||12.01.2017|