3000 Mashups

John Musser, May 5th, 2008

3000 mashups. That’s how many mashups are now listed in our ProgrammableWeb directory as of last week. What’s most popular? As you can see in the chart below, the top ten categories of mashups do of course include mapping, but there’s a fairly even distribution across many of the other top categories like shopping, photos, video and music:

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4 Responses to “3000 Mashups”

May 5th, 2008
at 12:20 pm
Comment by: eLearning Service » Blog Archive » Mashup directory hits 3000

[...] has an online directory of mashups that reached the 3,000 mark last [...]

May 20th, 2008
at 1:11 am
Comment by: Game Programming Competition & Making Learning Fun « Seeing the Forest AND the Trees

[...] web. ProgrammableWeb is a site that follows the evolution of the “programmable web.” In this article, it proudly states that there are over 3000 mashups in its online repository! Each mashup is an [...]

June 19th, 2008
at 8:08 pm
Comment by: The Long Tail of Enterprise Software Demand | Data and the Web

[...] To take a step back for a second, it may be useful to define what a mashup is.  I would venture to say that when people think of mashups, the first thing that comes to mind is something that integrates a Google Map with other web data, like housing data.  Zillow would be a classic example of this type of mashup.  In fact, Programmable Web states that a full 39% of mashups on their site are related one way or another to mapping. [...]

October 5th, 2008
at 5:55 pm
Comment by: Game Programming Competition & Making Learning Fun at bobuva.com

[...] web. ProgrammableWeb is a site that follows the evolution of the “programmable web.” In this article, it proudly states that there are over 3000 mashups in its online repository! Each mashup is an [...]

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