Mashups using the same API (8)
- 'What's On Air Pro' is an app that streams live radio and gives access to events tickets.
- SeatTrip takes the concept of TripIt for concert tickets. So, with those 2 APIs in mind, Iâ€™ve build SeatTrip â€“ itâ€™s like seatwave meets tripit. Send your plane ticket by e-mail, and get a...
- A sample app which allows you to walk through the Seatwave hierarchy of events for Concerts, Sport and Theatre. A simple front end application using jquery to access jsonp format data. Also brings...
Related Articles (1605)
Expion, a Social Media Management System (SMMS) company, specializes in helping companies manage their brand images on social networks, from Facebook to Youtube to Twitter, often relying on partners' APIs to pull of some of their more interesting feats. Most recently, it was chosen by Google as a Google Plus API partner for the brand-focused Pages feature.
Kodak has launched a developer program that delivers an API to enable printing to retail locations. Mobile app developers can integrate the free API into photo-centric apps and print directly to Kodak's partner retailers. Currently, Bartell Drugs and Target represent the two US retailers to whom the API can point. In Europe, dm-drogerie sits as the first retail partner. Kodak envisions expanding its retail partner base so app developers can print everything from cards to calendars at over 100,000 locations around the world.
It's surely a sign of APIs growing up when enterprise vendors are building tools to utilize them. Business management solutions company SAP AG has a new solution that helps businesses and organizations gain insights into market trends and customer sentiment in real-time. The "SAP Rapid-Deployment Solution for Sentiment Intelligence with SAP HANA" loads text data from any Web Channel that has a publicly available API. Once the data is into its system, SAP's software takes over.
RELATED APIs (3550)