Mashups using the same API (194)
Interactive birds eye view of several famous golf clubs. You can use both Google Maps and Virtual Earth.
Spirit And Place Event Locator. A mashup using Microsoft Virtual Earth and ASP.NET AJAX framework. This is based on some of the initial constructs by Jonathan Hawkins.
An International News Map built with the Microsoft Virtual Earth API. Click on any region on the map and national news for the country is loaded.
The New York Times made news earlier this year through its release of several APIs (our Campaign Finance API Profile and our Movie Reviews API Profile). There's been promise of more APIs to come, and the latest prototype created by The New York Times gives a preview of what is to come.
Given the increasing popularity of mobile devices such as the iPhone and Android devices (both of which include full browsers), it should come as no surprise that developers have begun to leverage the various APIs out there to provide mobile mashups that can be implemented without targeting a specific platform or SDK.
||The CMaps Analytics API offers an integration point for map services such as Google Maps, Mapbox, Leaflet, Carto, ESRI, and more. CMaps Analytics provides low level functionality, diverse data, and...||Mapping||07.05.2017|
||The SITA FlightFollower API streams live map images of routes for progressing flights. It allows users to search information on the basis of departure or arrival airports, flight number, or airline...||Air Travel||06.16.2017|
||The GDELT Project keeps an eye on the global mass media and monitors news from broadcast, print, and web sources in more than 100 languages from virtually every part of the world. The Project...||Media||06.16.2017|
AerisWeather Maps Platform
||The AerisWeather Maps Platform provides weather information in graphical form that includes a set of weather layers for past, current and future options, and customization options allowing you to...||Weather||06.12.2017|
DigitalGlobe Cloud Web Map Tile
||The DigitalGlobe Web Map Tile Service defines a set of functions to return actual features with geometry and attributes, to be used in any type of geospatial analysis. The WMTS Implementation...||Cloud||06.11.2017|