Apps for Californians has announced its winners. The CA.gov-promoted mashup competition launched in June was a collaboration with Google, Microsoft, Center for Digital Government and ProgrammableWeb.
We grabbed the Cleanup Site and Permitted Facility data from the CA Department of Toxic Substances Control and created a California Environment Report. This mashup provides an interactive map, [...]
Google launched their revamped App Marketplace recently and Your Mapper is one of only two companies or individuals to have mapping services listed and be a Google Maps Qualified Developer in the United States. The other company is in Google’s home state of California, and there are 7 more internationally in Russia, Italy, Canada, the [...]
NYC’s BigApps contest is coming to a close, with only 2 days left in the voting. Our submission is called NYC BigMaps, and if you haven’t supported us yet by voting, please take a moment to register then do so.
This submission is a completely new website, targeted just to the citizens of New [...]
The city of New York is following in the footsteps of Washington DC and San Francisco by opening some of their municipal data, and then creating a public application contest. They call it NYC BigApps, a play on “The Big Apple.”
Your Mapper grabbed two of the public datasets (restaurant inspections and service calls), converted [...]