Ujeebu provides tools for content extraction and text analysis and classification.
Full-Text RSS can extract article content from a web page and transform partial web feeds into full-text feeds. Get results in RSS or JSON. You can use our hosted service via Mashape (test for free) and you can also visit our site to buy our self-hosted version.
NewsCaf API is a simple and easy-to-use API that returns JSON metadata for the headlines currently published by most trusted news sources http://www.newscaf.com.
Diffbot extracts data from web pages automatically and returns structured JSON. For example, our Article API returns an article's title, author, date and full-text. Use the web as your database! We use computer vision, machine learning and natural language processing to add structure to just about any web page.
AYLIEN Text API is a package of Natural Language Processing, Information Retrieval and Machine Learning tools that allow developers to extract meaning and insights from documents with ease.
This API allows you to fetch the content, title and images from an article on the web. Using advanced Machine Learning techniques we are able to determine which parts of the page are ads, menus and other boilerplate data. Our service will strip the non relevant content and respond with a clean, structured version of that article webpage.
Detect relevant concepts, categories, entities, and sentiments extracted from a given text, such as a news article or email message, for text analysis. Data Ninja Services which focus on natural-language understanding are developed by Docomo Innovations.
The Scraper.io API extracts multiple types of information from the web. This API is very well suited for rich media apps or websites, since it allows easily extracting both images, text and general article information. It also can be used to render any web page as an image.
Article Extraction is the process of extracting article content from news articles, blogs, or web pages. This is a form of web scraping specific to news articles, press releases, etc.
This process automatically extracts “clean” text and other content from web sources. Service providers make an article API available for developers to use.
Article extractor APIs simplify the web scraping process by providing developers API endpoints to use instead of having to build all of the components from scratch. With a developer account, you can get started right away. Typically the process goes like this:
Perform an HTTP GET request on the relevant endpoint. Usually, you will need to provide an authentication token and a URL of the web page you want to be processed. Depending on the API service, you can also provide other parameters to specify different options.
The API will return a response, often in JSON format, with the result of the request. Typically the API will return the title of the article, the full text, article date, and more. The API may also return related images or videos depending on the options selected.
Developers can use the response to process the data or store the data however they want for future use.
Developers who want to programmatically extract clean text from news articles, blogs, or other sources of content online. Some use cases include content categorization, keyword extraction, and sentiment analysis.
Article Extraction APIs save developers time by providing endpoints that they can reuse again and again. That way, developers don’t have to develop all of the code necessary to perform the loading and extraction of content.
Different API providers will offer various features, but the common features include requesting and receiving a clean text from specified URLs.
Several article API providers offer free trials for developers to experiment with API features. TextRazor does offer a completely free plan. However, the free tier limits the number of daily requests and the number of max concurrent requests.
All Article Extraction APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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