Mashups using the same API (2577)
Loku is an application that displays local neighborhood maps and lets users explore what is happening nearby. It displays news stories and videos, events and deals.
Where do you go if you go in a straight line around the world. Use this Google Maps mashup to choose the place that you will start from and what direction you are going to walk, and then see where...
Job search and realtime job listings in the USA using the Google maps, indeed and Twitter APIs. Browse search results by state or industry.
Popular "hyperlocal" news and information service Outside.in recently released an API (our Outside.in API Profile) that provides developers with a way to access up-to-the-minute, location-based news. Based on its “news around you” feature, Radar, the API provides access to various types of information, including the latest news stories, blog posts, Twitter tweets and more located within 1,000 feet of a specific location.
Can I Eat It? Barcode
||Food product Search and Barcode lookup API maintained by the "Can I Eat It?" app team, which you can use to build your own apps and websites. Access over 80,000 products and barcodes instantly....||Food||02.19.2018|
||The PSMA Buildings API provides data about over 8.8 million Australian buildings that includes 2D and 3D building footprints. This includes addresses, buildings, roof materials, elevation, average...||Addresses||01.24.2018|
USDA NASS Quick Stats
||The National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) Quick Stats is an on-line database containing official published aggregate estimates related to U.S. agricultural production. NASS develops these...||Agriculture||01.22.2018|
Dansk Supermarked Stores
||The Dansk Supermarked Stores API allows developers to access information on all of Dansk Supermarked's 1,500 stores in Denmark, Poland, Germany, and Sweden for Netto, føtex, Bilka, and Salling....||eCommerce||01.17.2018|
Foreca Weather Map
||The Foreca Weather Map API provides weather forecasts and observations as map overlays worldwide. Precipitation radar images, atmospheric weather forecasts, and satellite images are typically...||Weather||01.12.2018|