What is a mashup?

Application that uses data or functionality from one or more sources to create a completely new service. This third-party content is normally obtained via an API or public interface.

One of the most widely used applications for mashups is Google Maps; for example, Health Map combines several sources of information to offer a real-time map of infectious disease propagation.

Other denominations:
Hybrid application

 
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