Mashups using the same API (2)
A virtual assistant for your iPhone. Possibly the ultimate mashup because it uses many APIs to provide the best reply it can. Queries are spoken in simple English and the app uses artificial...
Uses the Livekick API to display live concert alerts on blip.fm.
It should come as no surprise to anyone that “Big Data” is being reckoned as the next big opportunity in Technology. With the explosion in the number of mobile devices and social networks, the data being generated on a daily basis is mind-boggling and companies are tapping into this data to both understand consumer behaviour and gauge patterns for future products. If you are in Boston this September, the Big Data Innovation conference organization by The IE Group, brings everything under one roof for 2 power packed days that discuss Big Data.
Developers are marching forward and hacking their way to create solutions for issues that they care about. Recent weeks have seen a number of hackathons where developers come together, meet up and hack the night away sometimes for up to 24 hours at a stretch to create initial versions of their applications. And if the theme for the hackathon is one that could change lives for some of us, then the effort is more noteworthy. Hack For Change saw more than 50 developers and designers create 17 useful applications that could actually do a lot of good as they develop further, including the winner, a group messaging app for neighbors built on the Twilio API.
With close to 50 Google APIs in our directory and the single most popular API for mashups, Google is building a large developer ecosystem. And with whole new platforms like Android and AppEngine, there's a lot for developers to learn about. So, coming later this spring Google will be hosting their second annual multi-day developer event in San Francisco: Google I/O, May 27-28. Last year's I/O Event drew over 3,000 developers and featured the launch of AppEngine. This year's recently announced event looks to be bigger and broader with 80+ sessions including:
||The Soclip API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Soclip with other applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should contact Soclip for...||Music||07.04.2017|
||The Coras API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Coras with other applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should contact Coras at...||Tickets||06.27.2017|
||The Abracadabra Recommender API eliminates the need of server-side coding when building applications that implement the recommendation system. It allows developers to trigger recommendations by...||Recommendations||06.16.2017|
Hubstaff Time Tracking
||The Hubstaff Time Tracking API allows developers to equip their applications with time the time tracking functionality. The API is ideal for building apps that monitor team progress and time...||Time Tracking||06.16.2017|
||Linkfire helps you create intelligent links that route fans to the music they love, in the apps they love. Best of all – we do it all automatic. The linkfire API lets you: - Create Linkfire...||Music||06.13.2017|