2006 Year End Mashup Stats

John Musser, December 31st, 2006

2006 was a busy year in the world of web APIs and mashups. Here’s a quick summary of the ProgrammableWeb metrics at the end of the year.

How will this compare to the 2007 year end stats?

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January 1st, 2007
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Comment by: Marc’s Voice » Blog Archive » Happy New Year links

[...] Stats at the moment of the New Year: 1,404 Mashups, 352 APIs, and 3,000 deaths of US soldiers in Iraq. [...]

January 1st, 2007
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Comment by: » Google Maps: Top Mashup API Of 2006 » InsideGoogle » part of the Blog News Channel

[...] John Musser has compiled some stats on the mashups of 2006, with 1,404 mashups clocking in at year’s end. The number one mashup API of the year? Google Maps, with 51 percent of all APIs. Yahoo’s Flickr API took second place with 10%, while Amazon’s API ranked third at 8%, followed by (Google) YouTube mashups in fourth with 4%. Google Maps has a lot of buzz and geek cred, and it’ll be a challenge to maintain a lead of that size in the next year, especially with Microsoft’s 3D maps gaining steam. Posted: January 1, 2007 by Nathan Weinberg in: [...]

January 2nd, 2007
at 9:27 am
Comment by: API do Google Maps foi a mais popular em 2006 « Infectlab Tecnologies

[...] Veja o relatório completo. Escrito por fireworm Filed in Uncategorized [...]

January 4th, 2007
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Comment by: rascunho » Seção de dados do blog » links for 2007-01-04

[...] ProgrammableWeb.com » Blog Archive » 2006 Year End Mashup Stats 2006 was a busy year in the world of web APIs and mashups. Here’s a quick summary of the ProgrammableWeb metrics at the end of the year. (tags: blog.programmableweb.com 2007 webservices APIs mashups google_maps top10 blog_post) [...]

January 10th, 2007
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Comment by: pelago / logical design :: creative engineering

[...] Programmableweb.com year end summary and 2007 predictions: [...]

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