Mashups using the same API (160)
dr. Nescio is a application that automatically indexes and ranks cities based on individual sights, like museums, parks, hotels, bars and music venues.
Detailed map shows the average nightly rate for nearly every hotel on earth, over 70,000, in a global heat map. On the city level it also shows Restaurants, Wikipedia, Airport and Starbucks locations.
Briteclick is a search that displays multiple sources of relevant information in a sidebar. View results without being forced to leave your current page.
InviteBox, social referral program, allows merchants, bloggers, developers (and anybody else with a web presence) to refer friends and customers to recommended products. Users can take advantage of pre-determined referral offers (e.g. coupons, promo codes, free products, cash incentives, etc.) or create custom incentive programs. InviteBox offers all the needed moving parts from creating the referral program to implementation, and the analytics to measure success. Users can simply insert a widget into a website or utilize the Reward Callback API.
I generally cover shopping related APIs, but recently hackathon events have piqued my interest. This past weekend I attended a two-day hackathon called “Reinventing Local”. This event was hosted at General Assembly, a local co-working space for startups in NYC, and well-known in the entrepreneur community. The theme was geared toward local businesses and was presented by American Express OPEN Forum, which I feel necessary to mention now has an API of their own allowing instant access to small business content. The event was sponsored by Mashery (also a ProgrammableWeb sponsor), ConstantContact and Meetup.
The power of choice is a valuable part of our everyday lives, and with so many options at our disposal along with wildly different tastes and opinions, it's a good thing we have the freedom to choose. Based on this idea, it's easy to see how things like music charts, recommendations from film critics and general ratings on social media platforms may not be the opinions shared by everybody, and a recommendation system that could focus more on a person's specific preferences would be quite useful. That's pretty much what Tumbz has set out to do. The Tumbz API also makes it possible for this functionality to be integrated with other applications.
ExpertRec Tracking Events
||The ExpertRec Tracking Events API collects user interactions with an item and sends them to an endpoint via GET or POST. Tracked events include when a user views an item, likes an item, shortlists an...||Search||10.26.2017|
ExpertRec Requesting Recommendations Data
||The ExpertRec Requesting Recommendations Data API allows developers to get various types of recommendations including Viewed Also Viewed, Viewed Ended Buying, Recommended Items, Similar, Trending,...||Search||10.26.2017|
ExpertRec Requesting Search Data
||The ExpertRec Requesting Search Data API allows developers to get search data, including the number of results obtained and a list of products and their metadata. Responses are given in JSON....||Search||10.26.2017|
ExpertRec Item Data Feed
||The ExpertRec Item Data Feed API allows developers to retrieve metadata attached to an item. This metadata may come from the end devices or the backend and includes data used for scoring or filtering...||Search||10.16.2017|
||The Spatial Neighborhood API offers current behavioral trends of a particular area. The API supports social scores for ethnographical categorization, and topics of conversation which provide details...||Localization||10.13.2017|