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This API can be used to compute a set of readability metrics for a given text. We currently support the following metrics: Automated Readability Index, Coleman-Liau Index, Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level, Flesch Reading Ease, Gunning-Fog Index, SMOG score, and SMOG Index. The service is deployed at Google App Engine and available at https://ipeirotis-hrd.appspot.com/ The code and documentation are available on Github at https://github.com/ipeirotis/ReadabilityMetrics
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Beta Program for api-football. Here you can test the next version of the API. To register you must send us an email to [email protected] it is not recommended to use this version for a site or application in production (unless you want review the code each time we will modify something). For production USE : https://rapidapi.com/api-sports/api/api-football
Airports Finder is an application and REST API that allows you to find airports that are near a given location. It also provides airport search within a certain region. Users can provide a location and radius in km to find where they can fly from and to. The airport lookup API can be integrated with other apps and services to get data you need.
Microsoft Translator APIs can be seamlessly integrated into your applications, websites, tools, or other solutions to provide multi-language user experiences. Leveraging industry standards, it can be used on any hardware platform and with any operating system to perform language translation and other language-related operations such as text language detection or text to speech. Click Here for more information about the Microsoft Translator API.
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Learn more about cross-platform authentication 🔐 with these guides:
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If you write Firebase Security Rules and ever have a question about how a small expression will evaluate, this shell script spins up a baby rules repl!
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