Mashups using the same API (3212)
twhirl is a desktop client for Twitter, based on Adobe AIR. Connect to multiple Twitter accounts, get new tweets, shorten URLs, cross-post to Pownce and Jaiku, post images to TwitPic, search tweets,...
A fast and anonymous meta search engine. Shows relevant Wikipedia articles and tweets.
Choose a point on the earth, then see its opposite point. It's as if you dug from that point straight through the earth to the other side.
Is there any question map mashups have gone serious? How about billions of dollars serious? The U.S. website Recovery.gov was built to make transparent the use of economic stimulus money. Now you can track every dollar on a map.
Ever since developers discovered the ability to directly manipulate large amounts of data using NoSQL databases, there has been a proliferation of database types across the enterprise. While an increase in the number of database options has been a boon to developers; it creates a level of unprecedented complexity when it comes to managing the overall enterprise IT environment.
||The Otto Everywhere API integrates personalized audio content from top news outlets and podcast publishers. GET requests are available to perform calls against the endpoint in version 1. Responses...||Audio||01.10.2017|
||The Linkpulse REST API in JSON format integrates website analytics into services. It allows dashboard customization and algorithm creation. 2-legged OAuth 1.0 is required to authenticate. Linkpulse...||Analytics||12.30.2016|
Diffbot Global Index
||Search the web like a database in realtime with the Diffbot Global Index API. The Automatic APIs scour the web regularly, indexing articles, comments, images, products and more—available...||Search||12.29.2016|
||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|
New York Times Archive
||The New York Times Archive API allows developers to retrieve past New York Times articles by month going back to 1851. Users can get all articles for a given month as a JSON object by passing the...||News Services||12.15.2016|