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API Documentation: https://therundown.docs.stoplight.io/ Real-time odds and scores from major sportsbooks. NFL, NBA, WNBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA Football, & NCAA Basketball with more sports soon. Over a dozen sportsbooks currently integrated: 5Dimes, Pinnacle, Matchbook, Betcris, Lowvig, TheGreek, YouWager, Justbet, Tigergaming, Betonline, Bookmaker, Sportsbetting, Intertops & more coming soon. Moneyline, Spread, & Total for full-games, 1st half, 2nd half, 1st Quarter/Period, 2nd Quarter/Period, 3rd Quarter/Period, and 4th Quarter/Period with more markets coming soon. See more at https://therundown.io/.
Free Search API with 1 million free queries per month. Web Search More than 2 billion pages indexed. English, German and Chinese results. Sorted by relevancy. News Search News articles from newspapers, magazines and blogs. Sorted by publishing date, with author and article image. Trending News Trending news, grouped by topic. Topics sorted by buzz (number of sources reporting on same topic). One main article per topic + related links. Trending Topics Trending news, grouped by topic. Topics sorted by buzz (number of sources reporting on same topic). All full articles per topic, sorted by publishing time. Suggestions Suggestions with auto completes for query substrings and corrections for misspelled terms.
Get global city, region, and country data. Filter cities by name prefix, country, location, time-zone, and even minimum population. Display results in multiple languages. Sort by name, country code, elevation, and population - or any combination of these. Get distances between cities. Get all country regions. Get all cities in a given region. RESTful API adheres to industry best-practices, including HATEOAS-style links to facilitate paging results. Data is periodically refreshed from GeoNames and WikiData. Backed by cloud-based load-balanced infrastructure for resiliency and performance! If you'd like to host the service internally, contact us for details through the dev portal site. Data licensed under Creative Commons, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
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
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An API for facts about food. It contains detailed information for over 7500 food items. The database contains over 500,000 data points. This API Also contains a full text search of food descriptions, scientific names and manufacturers making searches like "Coca cola company", and latin names for herbs possible. The API is fast, returning long search results in pages, where you decide page size (up to 50 items per page) You can also convert to gram measurements from common house hold measurements like cups, tablespoons and cans.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web (abbreviated WWW or W3). Founded and currently led by Tim Berners-Lee, the consortium is made up of member organizations which maintain full-time staff for the purpose of working together in the development of standards for the World Wide Web. As of 21 October 2019, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has 443 members. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) was founded by Tim Berners-Lee after he left the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in October, 1994. The purpose of the CR is to elicit aid from the development community as to how implementable the standard is. The standard is now endorsed by the W3C, indicating its readiness for deployment to the public, and encouraging more widespread support among implementors and authors. W3C is run by a management team which allocates resources and designs strategy, led by CEO Jeffrey Jaffe (as of March 2010), former CTO of Novell.
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This specification defines an interface for web applications to access runtime performance information of the browser event loop, enabling them to identify and fix issues that cause delayed rendering, processing of input, and other critical work necessary to deliver a smooth and responsive user experience. Each execution of the event loop is responsible for processing scheduled tasks (e.g. input, touch, scroll, etc)., associated microtasks, scheduled callbacks (e.g. [...] In particular, the algorithms defined in this specification are intended to be easy to follow, and not intended to be performant). [...] `requestAnimationFrame`), and the user agent is allowed to set and exercise own thresholds for delivery of slow frame events.