Mashups using the same API (949)
Track popular tweets with the most replies to join hot conversations easily.
Free online flash games integrated with Twitter auth for keeping track of high scores.
Blog Juice is a bookmarklet that looks for a MyBlogLog identifier on the current page and uses the API and 9 other services to find information about its recent readers roll. Bookmark users for...
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Genetics, Japanese, Astronomy, and Patents. Highlights today include several APIs for Japanese search engine Goo, and an API for accessing near-earth objects data from NASA. Here's a rundown of what's new.
Since the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan, technology has certainly played a role in communicating the disaster across the world. Before and after imagery has made the devastation very clear. The three maps mashups below help describe different angles of the same disaster: from the seismic activity, to the radiation levels, to the services available to people in need of help.
||Kitsu is a Animation API. This API allows individuals to easily query Anime. It also can help you discover new Anime and help you make sure not to miss the latest episodes or series.||Animation||08.31.2017|
||The Sentiment Analysis API tells the expressed opinion in short texts is positive, negative, or neutral in 3-axes: like - dislike, joy - sad and anger - fear. Given a short sentence (currently only...||Artificial Intelligence||08.17.2017|
||The NegativePositive Analyzer API tells whether the expressed opinion in short texts is positive, negative, or neutral. Given a short sentence (currently only Japanese is supported), it returns a...||Artificial Intelligence||08.17.2017|
||The 5W1H mextractor API attaches intelligent metadata to unstructured content written in Japanese to enable text analytics. It extracts 5W1H - proper nouns and numerical expression. 5W1H mextractor...||Artificial Intelligence||08.16.2017|
||The Word Associator API is a language platform that facilitates the categorization of similar or related Japanese words in the order of their similarities.||Artificial Intelligence||07.18.2017|