Lexicala API is a REST interface offering access to dictionary and lexical data from our monolingual, bilingual, multilingual and learner’s dictionaries in JSON format.
Mashvisor APIs allow you to conduct real estate market analysis of any US housing market for both long term rental properties (traditional rentals) and short term rental properties (Airbnb rentals). Furthermore, you get access to nationwide real estate data for traditional rental listings as well as Airbnb listings. The data includes but is not limited to price estimate of MLS listings and off market properties, traditional rental rates (rental income), recurring rental expenses, Airbnb night...
Get global city, region, and country data. Filter and display results in multiple languages.
Current weather data API, and Weather forecast API - Basic access to the Weatherbit.io Weather API.
Words API lets you retrieve information about English words, including definitions, synonyms, rhymes, pronunciation, syllables, and frequency of usage. It also can tell you about relationships between words, for instance that "math" has categories like "algebra" and "geometry", or that a "finger" is part of a "hand".
This is a VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) decoder that designed to work within North America, Asia and Europe. The Salvage VIN Checker only works within North America as of now
The easiest way to scrape Web sites. ScrapingAnt uses the latest Chrome browser and rotates proxies for you.
Medium API helps you quickly extract data from Medium's Website (https://medium.com). You can gather data related to authors/users, publications, articles/stories (including it's textual content), latest posts within a niche/topic, top writers within a niche/topic, etc...
It's an API that proposes to scraping any websites. No Problem with the captchas, we manage for you the rotating proxy. You can choose the country IP easily. Enjoy!
Blackbox is a Proxy, Tor, Hosting, Cloud, Bogon detection service for IP addresses. Utilize Blackbox to protect your game-servers, user front-ends, and much more.
All application programming interfaces (APIs) deal with data in some way. APIs allow developers to integrate applications and databases for quick and secure exchange of information. Even if a person has never heard of an API, anyone who uses a smartphone, computer, or any other form of technology likely interacts with APIs daily, whether they are aware of it or not.
When one refers to a data API, they refer to any interface that allows for the secure flow of information. It is an all-encompassing umbrella term that can be applied to pretty much any API in use today, as in the simplest form, an API provides the transfer of data of all types. Even if the API is a service type, such as a hungry consumer looking for a great new restaurant to try in their area, the application is still returning data - in this case - a listing of restaurants.
APIs connect applications to databases and return the information in an easy-to-understand format to the end-user. For instance, when you want to look up what the weather will be like for the week in your area, you tap an icon on your phone. When you enter the location, the weather application connects to the service provider’s server and database. Through the API, the information you want is then returned and displayed on your device.
One of the most common API builds is representational state transfer (REST), which delivers data through the lightweight JSON protocol. As it is dependable, fast, and easily scalable, most public APIs utilize this protocol.
Other standard formats are Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), XML-RPC, and JSON-RPC.
Everyone that requires access to any information utilizing technology can benefit from data APIs. From simple Google searches about your favorite actor to researching complex data in preparation for your Ph.D., planning your next vacation, to looking up movie times, data APIs are in the background, seamlessly providing the information you need through your chosen application.
The world runs on data. Without APIs providing the invisible network connecting servers and databases to the application on our devices, accessing this information would be all but impossible.
As you can see by the examples below, data APIs can help you find any information you could ever need.
Any API should provide an accurate and seamless transfer of data without sacrificing security on either endpoint.
All Data 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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