Mashups using the same API (15)
This mashup is a world wide directory that aggregates data from multiple sources and allows users to find cheap places to live.
A one-stop marketplace for mapping. It supplies geospatial professionals with the ability to store, search, and exchange high-resolution mapping products.
This map from Cartologic is using cartoview to show Twitter, Gowalla, Foursquare, Youtube, Yelp, Flickr, Weather, Events, Wikipedia with an OpenLayers map.
The limitation so far has been that users and developers usually have to wait for the big players like Google, Yahoo and Bing to add the relevant information to their maps. CloudMade has conveniently side stepped this issue by allowing its maps to be collaboratively edited, making it a kind of “Wikipedia for maps”. The results have been quite impressive, as TechCrunch reports.
Our API directory now includes 97 games APIs. The newest is the Ryzom API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the SecondLife API. We list 7 SecondLife mashups. Below you'll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of games APIs.
||The ConstructVR API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of ConstructVR with other applications and to create new applications. Public documentation is not available;...||Augmented Reality||12.30.2016|
||This API provides access to game stats via TruckersMP.com. Get information about rules, a player, game time and more. TruckersMP allows users to link a steam account that has Euro Truck Simulator 2...||Games||12.28.2016|
||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|
||The Nitrado NITRAPI allows third-party applications to integrate with a hosting service dedicated to gaming. For responses, the NITRAPI uses JSON, and OAuth 2 for authentication. Additionally,...||Games||12.21.2016|
||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|