Mashups using the same API (633)
As Google continues to set the bar for website analytics, Hootsuite, the social media management service, is promoting its ability to create sophisticated visualizations based on data available through the Google Analytics API. In the crowded world of social management and analytics tools, Hootsuite is poised somewhere between a multichannel social publishing platform and social analytics tool. Their recent focus on data visualization shows just how important the analytics part of the business is. While Hootsuite offers a free entry-level service the advanced Google Analytics integration is only available to paid subscribers.
With over 6700 mashups in our directory, it's good to go back and look at previously reviewed categories to see what is new. Last year we looked at mashups that let users share their photos. Today, we'll go back and look at the latest mashups using photo APIs including Flickr; still the king of photo APIs.
||The DaisyCon API integrates affiliate marketing into web services. It is available in REST architecture with HTTP requests and JSON responses. With the API, developers can access statistics, update...||Marketing||12.30.2016|
||The Wistia Stats API allows developers to retrieve some account-wide information programmatically. This includes how many times an individual video or all videos from an account or project have been...||Video||12.15.2016|
||The Kinetica API allows developers to programmatically access their databases to create tables, add rows, read rows, and delete rows. The API also included functions for filtering and visualization....||Database||12.13.2016|
Deepomatic Furniture Detection
||The Deepomatic Furniture Detection API supports the detection and location of furniture in images. A developer can recognize the different pieces of furniture present in an image by simply sending...||Artificial Intelligence||12.11.2016|
Deepomatic Fashion Apparel Detection
||The Deepomatic Fashion Apparel Detection API supports the detection and location of clothes in images. A developer can recognize the different pieces of apparel present in an image by simply sending...||Artificial Intelligence||12.11.2016|