eCommerce Data Scraping: Products, Variations, Stock, Quantity, Pricing, Catalogs, Search pages, etc. Work with Amazon, eBay, Walmart and hundreds of other retailers!
Trundler provides access to product and historical price data from a range of online retailers.Obtain an API key from the homepage or via [RapidAPI](https://rapidapi.com/datawookie/api/trundler).To ease access to these data there is also an [R package](https://datawookie.github.io/trundler/) available.
Home Depot is one of the largest home improvement retailers in the United States, and so much of the data from their footprint with consumers and manufacturers is open and accessible through the right tools. These APIs let you make the most of that information whether you’re an average consumer or a contractor.
The APIs in our collection are focused on one aspect of Home Depot’s operations: the e-commerce experience. There is no first party API from Home Depot. Instead, these APIs draw from third party resources on general e-commerce activities, and that means that you can also request and manipulate information from other retailers.
The catalog for an e-commerce platform uses a certain structure that allows for consistency of products, streamlined navigation, and automated uploading of new data. APIs like those in this collection take advantage of that mapping to the benefit of the end-user.
When the user offers a piece of information — in this case, typically a keyword, product spec, or ID number — the API requests that information to the endpoint on the e-commerce site’s server and returns the relevant information to the user. Since the endpoints you’re contacting are part of the remote and secure servers of major retailers, you can’t change that information remotely. But you can receive it or manipulate it in a variety of ways.
APIs from the Home Depot collection can be useful to contractors and builders who regularly need to order stock from Home Depot in bulk, and they can be useful to consumers who want to simplify the price comparison process. The market for developers who can create a more user-friendly experience for that API’s information is strong as a result.
These APIs are important not just because they can pull up information on Home Depot’s product catalog but because they can pull up information on a wide variety of retailers. When applied to large-scale contractors, relatively unobtrusive integration of this API could offer some substantial boosts to efficiency.
All of the Home Depot APIs work with simple GET requests, but a clever programmer could get a lot of mileage out of them. The inherently simplistic and generally formalized structure of e-commerce catalogs — and the occasional use of machine-learning for the web-scraping process — means there’s a whole lot of directly comparable data right at your fingertips.
While all of the APIs in this catalog are free to use, they also have freemium features. Generally, you can expect cost to be an issue only if you’re using these APIs in a commercial capacity.
All Home Depot 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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