How to Make Your Own Web Mashup

John Musser, December 5th, 2005

ProgrammableWebHave you ever looked at a mashup and thought you’d like to try your hand at making one someday? But perhaps you weren’t entirely sure where to begin, or, since you’re busy, how to get from concept to completed mashup quickly? Then you may want to checkout this site’s new guide: How to Make Your Own Web Mashup.

The core of the guide is an organized set of links to 40 good introductory articles and tutorials covering most of the major web APIS: Google Maps, Amazon Web Services, eBay, MSN Virtual Earth, Flickr, Yahoo! Maps and del.icio.us. This combined with the ProgrammableWeb API database, the 200+ example mashups, and the reference guide should give you a solid starting point for your own mashup-making.

This is a first-cut at the Guide so please let me know what you think and if you have ideas, other useful links, or if you’ve created something interesting as a result. Happy coding.

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