Mashups using the same API (15)
A community for people to discover and share their passion for books. It provides an environment where people can collectively discuss books and share their collections with the community.
iKuExplorer is a desktop FREE personal productivity tool aimed to help users deal with the amount of information sources that use, letting link information freely, regardless where have it stored or...
bookfriend is an Android application which creates companion guides for any book instantly and seamlessly wherever you are.
Google Chart Tools is the search giant's bundling of the Google Chart API and Google Visualization API. These tools create the perfect means for businesses and students to visualize data on websites as well as other types of presentations.
Most mashups rely on some type of API that's freely provided by a public web site. ProgrammableWeb tracks thousands of these resources across dozens of categories. Generally, these interfaces are SOAP or REST-based, but they may also work in cooperation with other open formats like RSS or Atom. In an enterprise setting, mashups have a more diverse set of protocols to potentially leverage including JDBC/ADO.NET (databases), SMTP/IMAP (email), and SNMP (network monitoring). Unless you are building a data mashup, one of the participants API's is usually focused on visually representing the data. It could be the classic Google Maps API, or perhaps some type of charting (Google Charts is a great resource).
||The Pi API offers calls for Pi number operations. Up to 750 billion digits of Pi are available during HTTP calls. The API can return digits from a specified range, a desired position, and stream...||Math||03.28.2017|
||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|
Mapbox Map Matching
||The Mapbox Map Matching API snaps fuzzy, inaccurate traces from a GPS unit or a phone to the OpenStreetMap road and path network using the Directions API. This produces clean paths that can be...||Mapping||02.28.2017|
||The Mapbox Analytics API returns API usage for services by resource. An example usage would be that it calculates the number of geocoding requests made in a week with a specific access token....||Mapping||02.28.2017|
||The Mapbox Geocoding API does two things: geocoding and reverse geocoding. Geocoding lets you convert location text into geographic coordinates. Reverse geocoding turns geographic coordinates into...||Mapping||02.28.2017|