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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.
You'd hardly notice the difference unless you were looking for it. MapQuest's latest API is a reinvention of its MapQuest API to display maps. So, what's new? Following the company's recent pattern, MapQuest Open API is based on OpenStreetMaps, the crowd-sourced map favored by many modern geo-hackers.
HERE Technologies is at CES 2020 and is showcasing two APIs. Its Public Transit API helps improve the public transportation experience by providing real-time information from departure boards and other public data. The Intermodal Routing API creates a smart routing experience across cities.
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