We’ve been covering lots of new APIs in the blog lately like the Trulia API launch and the new Google Apps APIs, but there are a couple other new ones to check-out:
Democracy In Action API: No sooner did we profile a set of government-related APIs than another one was added. From their profile: “We’re a [...]
Yesterday, Trulia, the real estate search startup, and one of the oldest mashups on this site, just announced their new API. This REST-based API provides access to two primary types of data: local real estate price trends and real estate search behavior online. It should lead to some very interesting mashups.
This release is also notable [...]
Thursday’s New York Times covered the maps-mashing phenomenon in an article entitled “A Journey to a Thousand Maps Begins With an Open Code”. The core of the story is not new to readers here but it does cover a number of interesting examples (most or all of which can be found at the excellent [...]
Variety of new mashups added which brings the site’s listing up to 40. And these latest tend to reinforce the view that mapping is currently the most common form of “mashing-up”.
Trulia: Allows you to see real estate listings plotted on Google Maps.
Pixagogo: Uses Google Maps to geographically place pictures from the Pixagogo online photo service. [...]