Mashups using the same API (1363)
Cycling news from many sources all rolled into one place using Google Custom Search. Pulls headlines from sources including bike blogs, Google News, and others. Uses Yahoo! Pipes to combine and sort...
Painless sharing of your Flickr images by tag or set across Facebook & Twitter. Group sharing supported and multiple accounts supported.
A mashup of del.iciou.us tags with a Yahoo Pipe containing aggregated results from Blogger, Technorati Google Blog Search and several others. Click on a tag to see what people in the blogosphere are...
Facebook has launched a new suite of marketing APIs and taken its Facebook Ads API out of private beta. The suite gives developers, ad agencies, and marketers programmatic access to pages, advertising, and analytics for their social media marketing campaigns. In addition to the Ads API, the suite includes the Insights API for building social analytics tools, and Pages API for building and accessing pages and their fields, connections, events, links, notes, photos, and videos. Both are officially part of the Facebook Graph API.
In the past months we have covered real-time client push services and seen the introduction of real-time client push technology and APIs to a number of services such as Superfeedr and DataSift. This focus on real-time push to client applications, and in particular web browser applications, is very exciting. The initial assumption would be that this movement has been triggered by an advancement in technology, and to some degree that is the case, but it might surprise you to know that the ability to push real-time updates into a web browser isn't new and has in fact been around for a number of years.
Echo, best known for its online commenting tools, recently launched an ambitious service called StreamServer to aid brands in creating their own "white label" social media sites. Media brands like ESPN and Newsweek want to capitalize on the investment in their content. The problem is that the attention of consumers and lucrative revenue streams are focused on on social sites like Twitter and Facebook. Echo StreamServer API aims to tip the balance in favor of brands by offering the tools to forge scalable near real-time social sites of their own.
eBay Buy Feed
||The eBay Buy Feed API provides access to a rich selection of items and provides details on those items to users of the developer's website or application. A list of possible categories of items is...||eCommerce||02.13.2018|
AppShift Mobile App Store
||The AppShift Mobile App Store API allows developers to interact with Apple iTunes and Google Play using a RESTful interface. The API can be used to find details on every app listed in the stores,...||Applications||01.30.2018|
||The Sourcegraph API allows developers to find code from a server, using intelligence search. It's available with GraphQL architecture that supports full-text and regexp code search, git-level...||Hosting||01.15.2018|
||This allows access to data collected by the TINT cloud-based social media aggregator. TINT customers can use the API for one-stop data on the social media activity shared by the TINT platform. It can...||Marketing||01.10.2018|
||The Bottender API makes it easier for developers to consolidate a variety of methods into a single object such as session or event. This simplifies the development of a chatbot system on a different...||Bots||01.08.2018|