Mashups using the same API (2577)
Five years ago Paul Rademacher reverse engineered Google Maps to put Craigslist homes and rentals on a map on his site. The site essentially pre-launched the map mashup category, because there was no Google Maps API at the time. Now it is the prototypical example and still used by many to find their new homes. And, of course, Google Maps is now by far the most popular API to use.
API search-as-a-service product Algolia has secured more investment, which it aims to spend on making search a UX-driven experience.
Twitter Enterprise Search
||The Twitter Enterprise Search service provides two enterprise search APIs that includes; 30-Day Search API and the Full-Archive Search API. It provides Tweets posted with the last 30 days and...||Social||11.16.2017|
Twitter Search Tweets
||The Twitter Search Tweets API provides low-latency, full-fidelity, query-based access to the previous 30 days of Tweets with minute granularity that provides both data and counts endpoints. This is a...||Social||11.14.2017|
Bing Custom Search
||Leverage the Bing Custom Search API to build a search that fits your needs with powerful ranking, a global-scale search index, and document processing. Setup is easy and fast. The core technology...||Search||11.01.2017|
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|