API, CloudGrade, has joined Mashape.
CloudHarmony provides objective performance metrics to compare cloud providers; where results are condensed into simple “grades” and numeric values. Their goal is to become the source for independent, un-biased, and objective performance metrics for cloud services.
Our community is growing fast! At Mashape, we’re always looking for the next great API. Let us know about your favorites.
Send us an email email@example.com
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This is a sample app
that demonstrates how to consume OAuth-protected Mashape APIs in Windows 8/RT. This example uses a Twitter search endpoint
Although this example uses Windows 8/C#, it is based on the same steps indicated in our “Authenticate with OAuth” documentation for REST, PHP, Python, Ruby, Objective-C, and Java/Android. For these languages, we auto-generate the endpoint’s ready-to-use libraries for your convenience. A huge time-saver!
Steps to consume OAuth-protected Mashape APIs
We’d love to hear from you about Mashape’s OAuth support. You can talk to us through Facebook
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mashape architecture is built on top of multiple layers. We’re happy to provide our community a Status page to keep track of the overall Mashape’s health, from the Proxy to Internal APIs.
You can check the Mashape Status Page
– updated in real time!
Mashape Status Page
This is a tutorial on how to add your API(s) to Mashape. Do note that things change quite often so if you’re reading this from the future, some things might have changed. But we’ll update this as often as we can so everyone’s on the same page (literally!).
Before we start, you would need a Mashape account. (You can skip this part if you’ve done this already). Go to http://www.mashape.com/
and click on the button in the upper-right hand section of the page that says “Join Us”. You’ll also have the option to sign up using your GitHub account.
, with its mission to provide users with fast and complete answers, has published 7 APIs on Mashape, with a freemium usage model.
– Lets you retrieve public proxies
– Gives you access to the keyword data
– Gives you access to millions of entities; cities, etc
– Find answers to natural language questions
– Lets you process web pages
Text Processing API
– Processes natural language text
– Searches the WebKnox Web Index and news results.
UPDATE (Oct 28, 2013): The post below is already outdated. To consume Mashape APIs through node.js, we recommend that you use Unirest for node.js
UPDATE (Feb 27, 2013): Please note that we have improved the way authentication keys are handled in Mashape. The header value below will be replaced by either the new Testing or Production Keys. Read this post to learn more.
Hi guys, here’s a short example on how you can call APIs in Mashape through Node.js / REST. It’s pretty straightforward. You just need to remember that you need to make a secure call using https://,…
It’s a pain to keep different versions of API documentation up to date and synchronized, so we are rolling out a new feature: Embedded Documentation
If you are an API provider, you can embed the documentation of an API on Mashape to your website using our embed code. Here’s how:
1) Go to your API Admin/Documentation
2) Copy and Paste the Code onto your website
For now it’s static. Dynamic test console is coming soon, stay tuned!
*UPDATE! We have extended the contest until December 22, 2012, and accepting WP8 entries!*
We would like to thank everyone who have signed up for Mashape’s Windows 8 Contest! If you haven’t registered yet, please check out our Facebook page
for the contest details and registration.
Here at Mashape, we are committed to supporting as many platforms as possible. Which is why we’re running this developer challenge to reach out to those Windows 8/RT/WP8 developers out there. The best Windows 8/RT or WP8 application that uses any APIs listed on Mashape wins a Microsoft Surface with Windows RT. We’re currently…
Since many of our users already use GitHub to store and collaborate around OSS, we have added the ability to Signup and Login on Mashape using GitHub credentials.
Signup with Github
Login with Github
Existing users can continue to use their email/password combination to log in on Mashape.