More library mashups : exploring new ways to deliver library data

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CLP - District Services Professional Collection Z674.75.W67 M67 2015
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IFTTT makes data play easy / Gary Green
The non-developer's guide to creating map mashups / Eva Dodsworth
OpenRefine(ing) and visualizing library data / Martin Hawksey
Umlaut : mashing up delivery and access / Jonathan Rochkind
Building a better library calendar with Drupal and Evanced Events / Kara Reuter and Stefan Langer
An API of APIs : a content silo mashup for library websites / Sean Hannan
Curating API feeds to display Open Library book covers in subject guides / Rowena McKernan
Searching library databases through Twitter / Bianca Kramer
Putting library catalog data on the map / Natalie Pollecutt
Mashups and next generation catalog at work / Anne-Lena Westrum and Asgeir Rekkavik
Delivering catalog records using Wikipedia current awareness / Natalie Pollecutt
Telling stories with Google Maps mashups / Olga Buchel
Visualizing a collection using interactive maps / Francine Berish and Sarah Simpkin
Creating computer availability maps / Scott Bacon
Getting digi with it : using TimelineJS to transform digital archival collections / Jeanette Claire Sewell
BookMeUp : using HTML5, Web services, and location-based browsing to build a book suggestion app / Jason Clark
Stanford's SearchWorks : mashup discovery for library collections / Bess Sadler
Libki and Koha : single sign-on integration via open source software / Kyle M. Hall
Disassembling the ILS : using MarcEdit and Koha to leverage system APIs to develop custom workflows / Terry Reese
Mashing up information to stay on top of news / Celine Kelly
A mashup in one week : the process behind Serendip-o-matic / Meghan Frazer.

Additional Information
Subjects Mashups (World Wide Web) -- Library applications.
Libraries and the Internet.
Library Web sites -- Design.
Web site development.
Publisher Medford, New Jersey :2015
Contributors Engard, Nicole C., 1979- editor.
Language English
Description xix, 362 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9781573874984
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