Mashups using the same API (195)
TapAMap is a mobile mashup between a zoomable full-world satellite map and Wikipedia. Users simply do a half-second touch on a location to see up to five nearby Wikipedia articles
I took all the discounts on restaurant.com and sorted them by 3rd party ratings from sites like yelp.
Headup is a Semantic Web Firefox addon that brings you content related to your interests, friends and contacts.
Developers working with geo mashups should take note: geospatial startup FortiusOne has said that "geocoding should be a commodity" and has announced that it has released a new open source geocoder. If you're not familiar with geocoding, it is the process of assigning geographic coordinates to a location (typically an address or place name).
Push notification startup Urban Airship is closing the doors on all three APIs from the geo infrastructure company it acquired in October. The data behind one of the APIs, SimpleGeo Places, will be maintained by Factual and become part of its Factual API. Other SimpleGeo functionality is being folded into Urban Airship's platform.
||The UtilityScore REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of UtilityScore with other applications. Some example API methods include displaying utility costs and scores on...||Tools||12.30.2016|
||The Nestio API integrates residential marketing and leasing into web services for rental purposes. The real estate platform provides JSON format to search listings of agents, geometry, building,...||Real Estate||12.28.2016|
||The RentalSource API integrates homes, apartments, and vacations rentals. It is available in XML format to demonstrate vendor listings. For information about advertising rental vacancies and receive...||Rentals||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|
||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|