Trove API survey appendix A: examples of websites and apps

Culture Collage website

A digital heritage image search that creates a collage of images, using images from libraries and organisations worldwide including Trove through the Trove API.

Culture Collage website

Recipe Trove app

A Twitter bot using the Trove API. Tweet an ingredient or dish at @recipe_trove and it will reply with an appropriate recipe in the form of a JPEG image, and a link to the original article in Trove.

Recipe Trove app

Trove Knitting Patterns app

The Trove Knitting Patterns app uses the Trove API to search Trove and list knitting patterns, displays the metadata and provides an option to tweet the pattern.

Trove Knitting Patterns app

AustLit widget

The AustLit widget was developed to query Trove API digitised newspapers for additional information on AustLit records. 

AustLit widget

Postcard Tree website

The Postcard Tree website uses the Trove API to assist in family history research. It searches millions of handwritten postcards and help find messages originally sent to people you may be researching.

Postcard Tree website

Trove NLA Books app

The Trove NLA Books app searches for books through Trove and checks where they're available to borrow in every library listed across Australia.

NLA Books app