An AI service from Microsoft Azure that turns any app into an image search resource.
An AI service from Microsoft Azure that enables safe, ad-free, location-aware search for your users, surfacing relevant information from web results, images, local businesses, news, videos, and visuals.
An AI service from Microsoft Azure that turns any app into a video search resource.
DuckDuckGo Zero-click Info includes topic summaries, categories, disambiguation, official sites, !bang redirects, definitions and more. You can use this API for many things, e.g. define people, places, things, words and concepts; provides direct links to other services (via !bang syntax); list related topics; and gives official sites when available.
An AI service from Microsoft Azure that helps users complete queries faster by adding intelligent type-ahead capabilities.
This API is built on top of Algolia Search's API. It enables developers to access HN (Hacker News) data programmatically using a REST API. This documentation describes how to request data from the API and how to interpret the response.
An AI service from Microsoft Azure that recognizes and classifies named entities, and finds search results based on them.
Returns a page number and position from Bing search results using your requested search parameter and domain name.
The 3taps Search API is responsible for searching against the database of postings. For example, it can be used to find all postings from a particular data source, category and location, or to find postings with a given annotation value. A search request is made to the 3taps Search API, and search results are returned back to the caller. The search request can include any number of search criteria, and the results will be paginated to keep the search process manageable.
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.
Websites have loads of data, which is not all the information relevant to our search. Therefore, there is a need to pinpoint information to save time and gather what we need from a particular website. API searches are designed and to perform this exact purpose.
API (Application Programming Interface) is a group of software that provides a set of functions to users where the underlying mechanism of that function is hidden. Web search APIs allow developers to add search capabilities into their websites and applications to return the information that is most relevant to the user query.
The first step is to find a search engine API that supports the coding language an individual is comfortable with. Most free web search APIs allow the use of different programming languages, and hence it is easy to identify a preferred API search engine.
The next step is to request an API key. An API key is what identifies a user and authenticate every action performed by the API. In other words, the API key sends signals to the API that grants access and initiate the user request.
After getting your API key, building your request and responses follows. Ordinarily, one can parse data through an HTTP protocol. A developer must clearly define the endpoints that make calls to the server to create, post, update, retrieve, or delete data.
The server returns a status code associated with the API search request. A 200 status code allows the client to know that the request went as expected. However, it is possible to get other status codes. The 400 range status codes indicate that something has gone wrong in the request. The 500 range show that something went wrong from the server-side.
Ecommerce shopping websites, developers, organizations, and individuals who want users to have fast access to information from massive database sets.
Search engine API will help maximize the return on investment while minimizing the time spent looking for your market.
Examples of free web search APIs are Algolia API, Bing search API, and Google search API.
All Web Search 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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