Mashups using the same API (2575)
Zoomf is a UK property search engine listing properties on a simple and intuitive Google Maps interface.
Rental property statistics for major metropolitan areas.
Google Maps, Yahoo Local Maps, and Windows Live Local all in one location. Search for businesses, get directions, explore and discover using patented lensing technology from IDELIX.
MapQuest launched another site on top of OpenStreetMap, this time for the United States. With it, came an opportunity to have your directions written in "Santa Speak," something that is also available in MapQuest's Open Directions API, along with several other languages. The new site is MapQuest's largest built with data from the "free wiki world map" and consumes at least one API itself, for showing bugs in OpenStreetMap's database.
Careful what photos you tweet--and where you were when you snapped the shot. There's another site designed to warn you against the hazards of over-sharing. This time it's not related to active location-sharing, but instead accidental. The meta-data stored in your photos may be giving away where you live.
||The UtilityScore REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of UtilityScore with other applications. Some example API methods include displaying utility costs and scores on...||Tools||12.30.2016|
||The Nestio API integrates residential marketing and leasing into web services for rental purposes. The real estate platform provides JSON format to search listings of agents, geometry, building,...||Real Estate||12.28.2016|
||The RentalSource API integrates homes, apartments, and vacations rentals. It is available in XML format to demonstrate vendor listings. For information about advertising rental vacancies and receive...||Rentals||12.28.2016|
||The AirMap API integrates tools that help create GIS, and drone applications. The API offers information related to advisories, notice requirements, and can interact with airspace obstacles, and...||Mapping||12.26.2016|
||With the Elevation API you can get the elevation of a geographic point and can be used with the Python lib elevation API. The data provided comes from the ASTER GDEM dataset, a product of NASA and...||Geography||12.13.2016|