Mashups using the same API (869)
We Read, We Tweet is a geographic visualization of tweets about New York Times articles. It leverages the BackTweets, Google Maps, New York Times Article Search, and Twitter APIs.
Full-featured mobile Twitter site that runs on every phone. Enables posts longer that 140 characters and presents replies as conversations.
An AJAX-powered Twitter client that allows for logging in to multiple accounts simultaneously. Hashtags displayed in ComboTweet are automatically linked into Tagalus.
Layer 7, a CA Technologies company and leading API-driven integrations security and management solutions provider, has just released the results of a survey focusing on key enterprise concerns that are driving the adoption of API management solutions.
After nearly a year with two mapping platforms running in parallel, Google announced today that Google Maps V3 had graduated from Google Code Labs to become the primary maps API. Previously the newer version was recommended for mobile applications, the original reason behind the platform rewrite. With V3's graduation, V2 becomes deprecated, but will continue to work for now.
The Google Static Maps API (our Google Static Maps API Profile) is quite popular with developers looking for a relatively lightweight method of including Google Maps as rapidly-loading images on web sites. If you're not familiar with this API, it essentially allows you to add a custom Google Map (including markers and paths) as the source for an image element on a web page.
ProPublica Nonprofit Explorer
||The ProPublica Nonprofit Explorer API provides an application programming interface to the search engine and database that powers Nonprofit Explorer. The Nonprofit Explorer includes data on 1.6...||Non-Profit||02.16.2017|
||The ProPublica Congress API returns: Roll-call vote data, tracked by official Congressional data sources, Member data for current and past members of Congress, Standard bill summaries and details,...||Government||02.16.2017|
National Cancer Institute Clinical Trials
||The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is seeking to optimize patients’ and oncologists’ accessibility to cancer clinical trials program by developing innovative information and learning platforms. The...||Medical||02.09.2017|
Deepomatic Weapon Detection
||The Deepomatic Weapon Detection API supports the recognition and positions of weapons in images. A developer can recognize the different types of weapons present in an image by simply sending the...||Artificial Intelligence||02.07.2017|
Deepomatic Urban Scene Detection
||The Deepomatic Urban Scene Detection API supports the recognition of the features that constitute an image of a scene in the urban setting. A developer can recognize the different pieces of images...||Artificial Intelligence||02.07.2017|