This is a simple API that will return the human readable version of DTC codes (OBD-II Trouble Codes).
The complete specifications Database of Motorcycle Makes & Models [year 1900 to 2021]. Full specs & images included. Real-Time updated.
WHOIS API (v2) returns well-parsed WHOIS records with fields in XML and JSON formats for any IPv4, IPv6 address, domain name, or email.
Database with all the continents, countries, states and cities of the world. This directory contains all 7 continents, 250 countries, 4,882 subdivisions (provinces, states, etc) and more than 147,418 thousand cities.
Our tool uses a huge database in order to have the best chance of cracling the original word. Just enter the hash in the MD5 decoder in the form above to try to decrypt it!
Bulk WHOIS API delivers WHOIS records for large lists of domains and IPs via a single REST API query and is powered by a WHOIS Database containing 11.5 billion+ WHOIS records spanning 2,864+ TLDs for over 582M domains tracked. Upload a CSV file containing the domain list and download the result in CSV.
DNS Lookup API lets you gather a domain' corresponding IP address/A record, mail server/MX record, DNS servers/NS nameservers, as well as other items like SPF records/TXT records.
Consultar Quadro de Sócios e Administradores registrados na Receita Federal
Databases house all of the information we need today. From song lyrics to sensitive financial or medical information, flight times to recipes, everything is stored neatly in a database on a server somewhere.
A database API (DB-API) provides the means of connecting an application with a database. The API is the route of communication between the two machines.
Database APIs send out HTTP calls to the server where the database is housed. Then, based on user input, it will retrieve the requested information from within the database, parse it, and return it to the end user’s application.
Any developer or web admin that needs access to a large amount of data for their application or site can benefit from a database API. There are a wide variety of use cases, including:
A movie site that lists and allows searching of films by data, actor, genre, etc
A music website for song lyrics, or an application that sorts music based on the user’s preferences
A travel app that offers users information about popular restaurants in the area
Likewise, anyone that has access to technology in the world has benefited from database APIs in some way or another.
Database APIs connect the world of information. For example, every time a search is performed on Google, a website like Wikipedia or your favorite recipe site, or an application like Twitter or Facebook, an API connects to a server somewhere to send back the answer in real-time.
While it would be possible to reach out to a company and request a spreadsheet providing the information needed, it would then need to be manually implemented into the application. Furthermore, the data would become outdated rather quickly in most cases. APIs remove the need for this work and can provide the most accurate and timely information available from the database when requested.
Database APIs should be cleanly coded, connect securely to a well-maintained and regularly updated database that houses the information needed for the use case, and be encrypted to today’s user and database safety standards.
All Database 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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