Mashups using the same API (2577)
A mashup for the ancient Roman road Via Claudia Augusta between Konigsbrunn and Epfach in Germany.
Maps popular Vancouver British Columbia attractions with links to more information.
This was my first mashup since leaving Ordnance Survey. But I wanted to add an extra bit, so there are several layers which can be turned on and off plus embeded Flash video in the marker pop-up
Your next geo app is going to be easier to build. Instead of running your own database and collecting geographic data yourself, you can build on top of TownMe and its newly-launched read/write Geo API (tech details at our TownMe API profile).
After launching its public beta a year ago, SimpleGeo is making public its storage product the company is based upon. Though the company has offered a few other geo APIs in the interim, the SimpleGeo Storage API geo database solution is the only product for which it charges and it appears to have lowered the price.
||The CMaps Analytics API offers an integration point for map services such as Google Maps, Mapbox, Leaflet, Carto, ESRI, and more. CMaps Analytics provides low level functionality, diverse data, and...||Mapping||07.05.2017|
||The DogAPI allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of DogAPI with other applications and sites. The main API method is retrieving photos of dogs.||Animals||07.01.2017|
||The SITA FlightFollower API streams live map images of routes for progressing flights. It allows users to search information on the basis of departure or arrival airports, flight number, or airline...||Air Travel||06.16.2017|
||The GDELT Project keeps an eye on the global mass media and monitors news from broadcast, print, and web sources in more than 100 languages from virtually every part of the world. The Project...||Media||06.16.2017|
AerisWeather Maps Platform
||The AerisWeather Maps Platform provides weather information in graphical form that includes a set of weather layers for past, current and future options, and customization options allowing you to...||Weather||06.12.2017|