Mashups using the same API (607)
- An explorable map of the Origin Systems, Inc. game Ultima 7, along with its add-ons and related game, Serpent Isle. I used Exult to extract the map, Virtual Earth to present it, and S3 to host the...
- Compare book prices before you buy with this handy multiple book price comparison service. You can even feed it your wishlist and get comparisons on them all automatically.
- A computer shopping site that makes extensive use of Amazons AWS service. The site is customized to return the best matching products available, allows you to track product prices, and more.
Related Articles (811)
A new bicycle wheel prototype is connecting the non-technical, everyday world to the Web. The Copenhagen Wheel attaches to an ordinary bike and helps its owner collect fitness and location data. From an iPhone, the rider can also see traffic and polution information and share their own data with friends. This real world mashup is one of many we're bound to start seeing released as we make our move toward living in the future.
Location is all the rage these days, especially in the mobile world. Geoloqi and its location-sharing Geoloqi API allow developers to easily integrate location awareness into their applications. Its Geofencing API is especially neat, as it allows developers to add triggers based on locations, time, and travel speed, or any combination of the three. It just launched a new site in an effort to reach out to more developers.
Geolocating your users can create a better experience, but it can also be used in devious ways. For example, cathysteeth.com claims to have a cosmetic dentistry solution discovered by a mom. And wouldn't you know it, Cathy lives in your home town. And your home town.
RELATED APIs (1742)