Mashups using the same API (2577)
When we search for information on a map we tend to be searching to find where something is now. But, what if you wanted to find out where something used to be? What businesses used to be located at a particular address? Where did somebody used to live? Where did all the blacksmiths used to hang out? If you are interested in find out that information there's now a solution: AddressingHistory. AddressingHistory is a recently launched web app and API that provides access to historical data consisting of digitised Scottish post office directories combined with maps from the same time period.
It's May and that means that we don't want to spend our weekends stuck inside. We want to know if and when the weather will be good so that we can enjoy our time outside. This week's roundup includes mashups that cover all aspects of weather forecasts. You can also take a look at previous weather mashups that we've highlighted. The big surprise is that Accuweather isn't represented here. If you know of any good apps or mashups using the Accuweather API, please let us know about them.
||The Solcast REST API delivers forecasts, solar power estimates, radiation, and cloud information. Developers can send JSON and JSV requests to receive CSV, JSON, and XML responses, consuming the API...||Solar||02.01.2017|
||The Airvisual API integrates air quality index and air pollution with a coverage in more than 60 countries, including 11,000 government stations. AirVisual data is returned in a standard and...||Weather||01.25.2017|
||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|
||The Google Awareness API is a unified sensing platform that equips applications with the capabilities to react to, and process the different contexts that define a user’s environment and activities....||Data||12.14.2016|
||With the Elevation API you can get the elevation of a geographic point and can be used with the Python lib elevation API. The data provided comes from the ASTER GDEM dataset, a product of NASA and...||Geography||12.13.2016|