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The world is always changing, and people want immediate access to news stories as they break. As well as adding articles to their official publications, some news organizations offer their information to developers through an API. By linking a website or app to a newspaper’s online database, users can receive information about emerging stories as they happen.
An API focused on trending news is an online collection of data about news stories. In this format, an article is broken down into searchable parts. The API will include information about the author, the main topic, the location, and a summary of the story. The API may also include links to the full article on the official publisher’s site.
When a developer’s application reaches out to an API, there are several types of GET requests possible. For example, the Bing News API allows an application to search its database by topic so that a user can find stories about a specific field. The program can also get a general list of the latest stories entered into the database. Most of these APIs return information in a JSON format so that the program can display it as needed.
Many websites and applications could incorporate a trending news feature. A landing page for a business could include a listing of the top five stories related to its field. The ESPN API offers the latest stories from the world of international sports. The Financial Times API has information about trends in the economy.
There are several professions where people must make decisions based on what is happening in the world around them. Government leaders need to know about major events happening on the other side of the globe. Investors want to have current information about the stock market and individual companies.
The best trending APIs are regularly updating their information. Developers can program their applications so that they check the API for new articles on every refresh or periodically throughout the day. Because news stories can be quite involved, most news APIs are searchable so that the application can filter the API to receive relevant information.
Many of these APIs provide links to send users back to an official publication to read the full story. Because this feature is a marketing tool for the news outlet, there are several free or freemium trending news APIs. The New York Times and the Guardian APIs are both free for non-commercial use. Commercial applications that make many requests each day must pay a fee for access.
All Trending News APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
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