Mashups using the same API (1)
Finding an apartment in San Francisco’s notoriously competitive rental market is a challenge. The author of this tutorial created a mashup of the Slackbot API with maps and a Craigslist scraper to help him identify apartments that match his criteria as soon as they become available.
It's often said that in New York City everything comes down to real estate. The tenth API to emerge from the New York Times developer network addresses this topic with pricing data for the five borough's residential properties.
Potentially no industry was impacted as much as real estate by mapping APIs. Over five years later, it takes more than pins on a slippy map to create a useful real estate mashup. The three below are worth noting because each uses a different platform: web, WordPress and Android. Of course, we know our directory of 229 real estate mashups doesn't cover everything. Get the word out and add a mashup.
Google Search Console URL Testing Tool
||The Google Search Console URL Testing Tool REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Google Search Console URL Testing Tool with other websites and applications. The...||URLs||02.13.2017|
SnapBuy Visual Search
||Enable customers to snap and buy your products from catalogs, billboards, ads or directly with the SnapBuy visual search engine. You can (optionally) add visual recognition features such as OCR,...||Search||02.05.2017|
DataNerds Property Data
||The DataNerds Property Data API integrates real estate data into social applications. Developers can send HTTP requests to receive GeoJSON, JSON, and XML responses, authorizing with API Key. They can...||Real Estate||01.27.2017|
Eurobits Content Aggregation Service
||The Eurobits Content Aggregation Service API simplifies the development of secure online search applications for retrieving financial accounts and other non-financial records of individuals and...||Search||01.23.2017|
eBay Buy Order
||The eBay Buy Order API can be used to purchase items and track shipments within a third-party application. GET and POST calls are supported by the API, and JSON is used for responses. The Order API...||eCommerce||01.20.2017|