Mashups using the same API (101)
A Google Universal Gadget which displays FeedBurner Awareness API data with sparklines visualizations.
Apartable is a mashup that matches people to apartments. It takes a proactive approach to finding a new living space.
Units conversion, US and metric, for various measurements, in gadget form for your Google homepage or any web page.
With just over a month before the submission deadline for the Google Places API Developer Challenge, the time has come for developers to start taking this challenge seriously. As applications are finished over the next month, ProgrammableWeb would like to provide you with the opportunity to gain some exposure by submitting your applications for a chance to become Mashup of The Day.
Schoology Launches App Center Encouraging Development of Innovative and Fun Educational Applications
Schoology, a collaborative learning platform that is 100% cloud-based, has recently announced the launch of the Schoology App Center which features third-party applications built with the Schoology API and developer platform. Using the Schoology API, developers can build applications that extend features and functionality as well as build applications that run directly in the Schoology platform.
||The Linkpulse REST API in JSON format integrates website analytics into services. It allows dashboard customization and algorithm creation. 2-legged OAuth 1.0 is required to authenticate. Linkpulse...||Analytics||12.30.2016|
Diffbot Global Index
||Search the web like a database in realtime with the Diffbot Global Index API. The Automatic APIs scour the web regularly, indexing articles, comments, images, products and more—available...||Search||12.29.2016|
Coupomated Coupon DataFeed
||The Coupomated REST API, available in XML, CSV and JSON formats, is an automated coupon content distribution platform based in India. It provides coupon website development, price comparison website...||Coupons||12.15.2016|
New York Times Archive
||The New York Times Archive API allows developers to retrieve past New York Times articles by month going back to 1851. Users can get all articles for a given month as a JSON object by passing the...||News Services||12.15.2016|