Mashups using the same API (230)
Protect.ly is a software-as-aservice that aims to help developers, designers, and teams to protect digital products from pirates such as site templates, eBooks, plugins, and extensions with the goal...
Allows embedding of editable widgets in a Wiki and provides a simple framework for writing new widgets.
Do you know how many quakes occur in Alaska everyday. About 6. And in the Bay Area, sometimes its 5. Use the keyword quake and find out where the latest quakes are happening world wide. This service...
Data marketplace InfoChimps continues its march to API-ify its most useful, sliceable datasets. The latest is a bundle it calls the InfoChimps Geo APIs and it makes available some extremely interesting location data from both public and private sources. The company has created a location data schema to unify sources, which include several place databases, Wikipedia articles and Zillow neighborhood boundaries.
The fusion of technology and journalism continues apace. On a Manhattan rooftop next month, an emerging breed of journo-geeks will enjoy a coming-out party of sorts, in the form of a Hacks/Hackers mixer at Gawker's NoLIta headquarters. Across the Atlantic, meanwhile, there's less glitz but growing interest in the marriage of news and technology, as evidenced by the European Journalism Centre's standing-room-only roundtable on data-driven journalism last week in Amsterdam. (I attended and spoke about the creation of the Data Desk at my alma mater, the Los Angeles Times.)
This Sunday, millions of sports fans around the world will sit in front of televisions and watch the biggest professional football game of the year. Among those watching will be a select group of hackers and data crunchers in Seattle, Washington. However, instead of prepping for the big game by stocking up on salsa and beer; these hackers will participate in Sports Hack Day and be a part of "building applications that change the way people follow sports and interact with their favorite teams and fellow fans."
||The MyWakes API allows developers to access the MyWakes platform for GPS location detection. Developers can use the API to create and manage their tracks, consumers, users, etc. as well as generate...||Transportation||04.19.2017|
||The Eventgrid Customer API allows developers to create order flows for purchasing tickets and seats or to create registrations with sessions. Eventgrid is an event registration and ticketing platform...||Events||03.28.2017|
||The uebermaps API can be used to create and share interactive maps programmatically. uebermaps is a social mapping platform that allows users to collect interesting locations, collaborate on maps,...||Social||03.27.2017|
OpenWeatherMap Weather Alerts
||Gain access to OpenWeatherMap's simple syntax and Weather Alerts methods to create triggers which will fire on an occurrence of the selected weather conditions. This includes; temperature, humidity,...||Weather||03.24.2017|
OpenWeatherMap Air Pollution
||Gain access to OpenWeatherMap's Carbon Monoxide index for any location on Earth. This includes location, latitude, pressure and more. OpenWeatherMap provides open weather data, satellite imagery,...||Weather||03.24.2017|