From Flickr, to Twitter to Yelp – 18 APIs Used in 7 Days

John Musser, May 24th, 2009

What API was used most often in the mashups added on ProgrammableWeb? Once again, it was the Twitter API, used in 9 of the 19 mashups added. Overall, 18 different APIs were used to build the newest mashups. New or less often seen APIs used include the API, TwitPic API, Tagalus API, and Yelp API. The list below shows which APIs were used by which mashups:

Amazon S3 Amazon S3 used in Snipper used in

Facebook Facebook used in Food Geek

Flickr Flickr used in MyPicsMap, TwitPickr

Google AJAX Libraries Google AJAX Libraries used in RealEstate and Property Search Engine

Google Ajax Search Google Ajax Search used in Free Printables Online – Kidsuki.CoM, Vizoor Ajax Search

Google Base Google Base used in RealEstate and Property Search Engine

Google Maps Google Maps used in GeoTwitter #ll, I Need A Bike for Smartphone, Kartenquiz, MyPicsMap, RealEstate and Property Search Engine, Unemployed in America,

Livekick Livekick used in used in Funny Photo

Tagalus Tagalus used in ComboTweet

TwitPic TwitPic used in TweetStacker, TwitPickr

Twitter Twitter used in ComboTweet, GeoTwitter #ll, News Twit, Smiley Tweet, Snipper, tazaar, TweetStacker, TwitPickr, Unemployed in America

Windows Live Search Windows Live Search used in Vizoor Ajax Search

Yahoo BOSS Yahoo BOSS used in Free Printables Online – Kidsuki.CoM, News Twit, Vizoor Ajax Search

Yahoo Local Search Yahoo Local Search used in Food Geek

Yahoo Term Extraction Yahoo Term Extraction used in News Twit

Yelp Yelp used in Food Geek

And each day there is one mashup selected to be Mashup of the Day. Here are last week’s winners:

 Smiley Tweet





 GeoTwitter #ll

 Vizoor Ajax Search

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May 29th, 2009
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[...] Anbindung an externe Applikationen wie z.B. Twitter, flickr, [...]

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