Mashups using the same API (822)
A mashup of Twitter trends and Google News in order to find out the news behind the trends.
Get a list of frequent words/phrases used by specific twitter users.
DoDyDO is a social networking mashup that focuses on content sharing. You can post text, photos, maps, links, and more. The idea is that you can follow people and topics.
Over the past year, French startup Algolia has pivoted its business model to focus on providing search as a service by offering an easy-to-integrate API product for use by websites and online businesses. ProgrammableWeb caught up with CEO and Co-Founder Nicolas Dessaigne at the recent API World conference to discuss the service’s new seed funding, and how an API-as-product business model builds trust with end-user developers.
Search engines such as Google have been making life a lot easier for developers. They have huge development resources that startups just don't have, and when they make their APIs available, everyone benefits. But when it comes to using APIs, especially AJAX APIs, it can be a challenge for developers to use these in a search-friendly way.
Dandelion Text Similarity
||The Dandelion Text Similarity API is a semantic sentence similarity API optimized on short sentences . All the requests must be sent, either by GET or POST, to the API endpoint and allows you to...||Text||03.13.2017|
||The Heat Intelligence REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionalities of Heat Intelligence with other applications. Some example API methods include making requests and...||Customer Service||03.06.2017|
||The Ozlo REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Ozlo with other applications and to create new applications. The API allows for searching and retrieving, finding...||Reference||03.05.2017|
||The JANZZ Jobs API allows developers to integrate semantic job search and matching functionality with third party applications. The JANZZ Jobs API provides more relative job search results as well as...||Jobs||02.21.2017|