Mashups using the same API (822)
As a customize search site, Boorow.com provide user the top results for a query.
Are you too lazy to read your friends' tweets? Wouldn't it be awesome to listen to them on your cell and in an 80's robot voice? Enter... Twil-a-Tweet.
World Cup Mashup combines twitter posts to show the public's predictions of World Cup scores.
ForWhereIAm is a service that offers real-time, short-lived and localised information. Businesses use it as a place to post information they want to share with their customers, and users can visit the site to get information on deals and announcements that are relevant to their specific location. The ForWhereIAm API makes some of this data available to third-party developers.
We've added 7 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb API directory in categories such as Games, News Services, and Weather. Here's a summary of what's new.
While it’s clear that enterprise IT organizations are warming up to cloud computing many of them remain uncomfortable with the lack of control they have over the cloud, especially when it comes to relying on cloud service providers that might lock them into a specific platform.
||The SMSGateway.me API integrates messaging into mobile applications. It is available in JSON format with URL endpoint and GET method. With the API, developers can display a list of messages, fetch a...||Messaging||04.18.2017|
||This API allows you to segment your customers, enrich your analytics pipeline, tailor messaging, and personalize experiences. It provides developers with the inferred attributes of any valid Twitter...||Social||04.17.2017|
||The Surfly REST API allows you to integrate the functionality of the Surfly dashboard and be used directly from the website. This enables you to integrate Surfly into your current website or web...||Browsers||04.03.2017|
||The AudioBurst API provides diverse talk-radio content and metadata to existing applications. The platform organizes and returns JSON data related to bursts, playlists, categories, stories, full...||Audio||04.02.2017|