Mashups using the same API (1344)
Flickrmap.com is a web service that allows you to put a flash based world map on your own website or blog. It searchs your Flickr photos and plots the ones tagged with places, with EXIF or geotagged.
PixtaPlace is a service that lets you look at images from anywhere in the world. Locations are looked up via the Google Maps API and the photographs consist of recent photographs on Instagram and...
Upload your Dive profiles from any Suunto dive computer or bottom timer. Reports generated automatically with depth-time profile chart, vertical speed chart etc. Attach GPX track logs from your GPS....
A year ago Twitter was just a microblogging platform. Sure, it was a popular one, but it wasn't until the announcement of its geotagging API that it took its first step toward being a location platform. Since then, it has expanded its offering to include the four geo APIs I've categorized below.
The Bigstock API was built for Facebook applications, print on demand services website builders, ecommerce platforms and ad creation tools. You can use the API to perform five request types: search, categories, image detail, purchase, download, and light boxes & saved images.
Bigstock, a leading royalty-free stock photo marketplace and image community, has just announced the launch of a new API program. In addition, Bigstock has formed new partnerships with CafePress and Emma allowing both companies to make Bigstock images available to their users by integrating the Bigstock API with their platforms.
New York Art Beat
||This XML API allows your Web application acces to NY Art and Design information and is used by artists, audiences, galleries and art museums. It returns Name, Description, Price and more. The New...||Art||03.08.2017|
Tokyo Art Beat
||This XML API allows your Web application access to Tokyo Art and Design information and is used by artists, audiences, galleries and art museums. It returns Name, Description, Price and more. The...||Art||03.08.2017|
||The Octopus REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Octopus with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include making requests,...||Images||03.06.2017|
||The Auckland Museum displays wide varieties of historical artifacts and collections in addition to providing education and research resources. The Auckland Museum API operates as a web-based access...||Museums||02.16.2017|
||The e621 API offers the ability to search and view images and galleries of the e621 furry image board. GET and POST are used to interact with the API. JSON is used for responses, and JSONP is offered...||Art||02.10.2017|