SimilarWeb API helps to query for websites traffic information as they appear on the official site.
Just send regular information that the point is alive and receive notification if the point was not alive for a specified period of time.
Restful API for getting weather information, city and country name, weather type, current date and time.
Notify on cronjob failure. Notify when command execution finished or failed. And more...
API sur la qualité des eaux de baignade des plages à Nouméa. Permet de savoir si la baignade est autorisée, déconseillée ou interdite
Provides a timed, browser-simulated page load function or API call round-trip from the specified geography using a server from that geography.
an api retrieving the top questions from stack overflow from the home page categories, (bounty, interesting, week top), providing the question, number of answers and URL.
Newly Registered Domains API (v1) lets you check which domains have been added.
This API provides data for agricultural purposes, from Sentinel 2 satellites data to elaborate agronomic index
Live price charts, trading and alerts for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) on Kraken, Coinbase Pro, Binance, and more.
Monitoring is a term that refers to many different uses as far as businesses, researchers, and APIs go. It covers everything from a marketing manager monitoring competitor’s sites, researchers tracking COVID, or a mom checking her horoscope. Whatever can be observed, there is likely an API that can make the job easier.
An API is an application programming interface that allows machines to interact and ‘talk’ with one another. Therefore, developers use APIs to connect their applications with databases that house the information that would let its users perform research and stay on top of whatever they are interested in, from competition to COVID and everything in between.
Many individuals and companies can benefit from the myriad of monitoring APIs that exist. Some ways developers could use these APIs include:
Web admins can utilize these types of APIs for many of the same use cases. For example, even a horoscope hobbyist could use an API for a daily feed to keep visitors coming back to their site and encourage them to download their application.
There is an unimaginable amount of data available globally, and accessing it then organizing it into usable information is an arduous task for anything one may want to monitor. Thus, a monitoring API solves this problem. It allows for near-instant access to this data and returns it to the requesting app in an actionable format that is already pre-sorted and understandable.
Developers should research the companies they wish to tap into through APIs to ensure that the data returned is current and reliable. Furthermore, while a monitoring application will not often require sensitive user data input, it may under certain circumstances. If this is the case, then the method of sending this information must be appropriately encrypted.
All Monitoring 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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