Google Search, Google Maps, Yahoo Geocoding, Google Base, Google Custom Search, Google AJAX Libraries, Google App Engine, Google OpenID, IP Location
Mashups using the same API (2938)
A social utility to keep in touch more often and more easily with important friends from major social networks.
What do you get when you cross Craigslist and YouTube? ...CytiTube! Watch from and upload to your city's stream of YouTube videos. If you don't see your city listed in either the World...
Lalalocal aggregates local news and blog content with emerging interactive and social networking tools to provide users with a unique view into the city they love and advertisers with the targeted...
Developers at National Day of Civic Hacking Use US Census Bureau API to Create Innovative App and Infographics
Over 11,000 people participated in the first annual National Day of Civic Hacking on June 1st and 2nd, 2013. At the event, developers collaborated with government agencies and entrepreneurs to create applications that help solve civic and social problems impacting local communities. Developers used a variety of public APIs and datasets to create their applications, including the US Census Bureau API, which was used to create an interactive application and several infographics. The US Census Bureau API is the first API created by the US Census Bureau and was released to the public back in July 2012.
TripAdvisor's smartphone app now features offline maps, reviews, photos and more. The offline worldwide city maps are powered by Telenav's Scout Maps and Navigation SDK.
These days it might be hard to remember that the Yahoo Maps API was ever second fiddle to the Google Maps API. These days, it barely picks up its fiddle. And in less than two weeks, Yahoo will lift its once-mighty mapping API above its head and bang the fiddle repeatedly into the stage like Pete Townshend. The remnants, barely held together with strings and the crumpled instrument neck, will then go in some dumpster in Sunnyvale. It's okay, after all, because Nokia's Ovi Maps API will be a fine replacement. It's only the nostalgic, like me, who'll have any problem with seeing the Yahoo name disappear.
||The MyWakes API allows developers to access the MyWakes platform for GPS location detection. Developers can use the API to create and manage their tracks, consumers, users, etc. as well as generate...||Transportation||04.19.2017|
Onboard Informatics Community
||The Onboard Informatics Community API can access community demographic information at multiple geographic levels. It includes population, education, ancestry, crime, commute times and weather....||Real Estate||04.05.2017|
Onboard Informatics POI
||The Onboard Informatics Points of Interest (POI) API provides the ability to request public and private establishments in real time, based on a certain location (i.e. Address, Latitude/Longitude). By...||Real Estate||04.05.2017|
Onboard Informatics Area
||The Onboard Informatics Area API includes boundary data from Maponics, the United States Postal Service (USPS), and selected geographic areas from the Census Bureau’s MAF/TIGER database. The Area API...||Real Estate||04.05.2017|
Onboard Informatics Property
||The Onboard Property Search Engine API integrates U.S. property data into applications. It provides easy access to over 150 million property records from local public records data, recent home sales...||Real Estate||04.05.2017|