Making integration of Onboard's content easier.

Accelerate is a pilot program designed to enable you to add Onboard's content into your website or application easier, faster and less expensive than ever before.

Onboard Content Available:

  • Geography
    • Cities, Towns and Places
    • Metros and Neighborhoods
    • Residential Subdivisions
    • etc...
  • Community
    • Demographics
    • Consumer Expenditure & Behaviour
    • Employment & Finance
    • Crime
    • etc...
  • School
    • Test Scores
    • Ratings and Reviews
    • Attendance Zones
    • etc...
  • Local Amenity
    • Businesses
    • Educational Institutions
    • Parks and Playgrounds
    • etc...
  • Property
    • Home Sales
    • Market Trends
    • Automated Valuation Model
    • etc...

You can either select a standard template or submit a custom design. We will provide you with an API which returns the content as complete, responsive HTML. Your developer simply needs to plug it into your website.

The yellow highlighted areas below represent content from Onboard's API embedded into a client's webpage.

Click here to download an example of the HTML delivered by the API.

This is an example of the cURL function in PHP which would embed the HTML into your webpage:

$username = "enter username";
$password = "enter password";
$template = "enter template";

$data = array('address1'=>isset($_GET['address1']) ? $_GET['address1'] : '',
'address2'=>isset($_GET['address2']) ? $_GET['address2'] : '',
'latitude'=>isset($_GET['lat']) ? $_GET['lat'] : '',
'longitude'=>isset($_GET['lng']) ? $_GET['lng'] : '',

$curl = curl_init();
curl_setopt ($curl, CURLOPT_URL, "" . http_build_query($data, '', '&'));
curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, true);
curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_USERPWD, "$username:$password");

$result = curl_exec ($curl);
echo 'error:' . curl_error($curl);
} else {

print $result;

curl_close ($curl);

Find out how we can help you get started today!

This is a live demonstatration of Onboard's Property API. You can download this application on GitHub. It is based on 150 million US property records.