Niels H. Christensen on Semantic Web Recipes presents how to load and parse linked-data and render in conjunction with Google Charts. He consumes a sample government API that supplies bus transportation data. This walkthrough formatted how-to is fit with code examples to aid the reader.
CityDeals.com, local/national deal and discount finder, enables developers to access its deals database via the CityDeals API. Third party apps can feature daily deals and discounts, or provide a searchable interface of CityDeals.com's entire portfolio of discounts. CityDeals.com partners with retailers and service providers around the globe to provide an expansive offer of discounts applicable on a national scale or at the local level.
Just in time for next week's mid-term US elections, just listed here is this API from The Institute on Money in State Politics. And in this case, it's the domain name that's more telling: followthemoney.org. It's quite an impressive store of data on the who, where, when and how much of campaign contributors across the US.
Pinpointers, market leader in telematics and mobile workforce solutions, offers its entire suite of vehicle tracking and fleet management solutions via a series of APIs. Users simply keep an electronic box in each vehicle to be monitored and GPS sends desired information back to Pinpointers data centers. From driver behavior and fuel economy, to location and route selection, Pinpointers gives companies superior insight into their entire fleet.