This API performs a basic content analysis for a given domain. It extracts category, Language, URL, redirect URL, meta_keywords, meta_description, company, phone and email information
Maps any text content to relevant Wikipedia articles
The WebKnox entities API gives you access to millions of entities such as cities, actors, movies, cars, etc. You can search for entities and get factual information. Additionally, you may detect known entities from texts (often referred to as Named Entity Recognition).
Generates and validates numeric one time passwords. One time passwords are valid only for a certain time and for one use only. Password is deleted once an attempt is made to validate it, whether the attempt was successful or otherwise. As an API user, your account gets a unique section on our database where your users and passwords are stored. API level security in the form of signed requests with an account level secret. Signature mechanism: 1. Order the field names in the request, except the "sig" field in ascending order. 2. Append the names and corresponding values with comma (",") as the separator. 3. Append the secret as configured for your account. (secret is same as your public key till a secret is setup) 4. Perform a SHA1 hash of the resulting string. SHA1(name1,value1,name2,value2,...,secret) Please refer to the API document and API website for further details.
Reverse Whois (Registrant Search) lets you perform the most comprehensive wild card search on all whois records. Whether you know a name, an email address or other identifying information, now you can see all the domain names ever owned by any specific company or individual!
Provides consistent, well-structured whois data in XML & JSON.
This URL parser API can be used to parse domains and URLs into individual parts. The API supports internationalized domain names (IDNs)
Public identity lookup service. IDlight uses established and emerging standards like Webfinger, XRD and hCard to retrieve public profiles and render them under a unified format, either proprietary to IDlight or compliant to Portable Contacts. XML aficionados can find the WADL here: http://api.idlight.net/_wadl.xml The support forum is there: http://support.idlight.net/
This API can be used to compute a set of readability metrics for a given text. We currently support the following metrics: Automated Readability Index, Coleman-Liau Index, Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level, Flesch Reading Ease, Gunning-Fog Index, SMOG score, and SMOG Index. The service is deployed at Google App Engine and available at http://ipeirotis.appspot.com/readability/ The code and documentation are available on Github at https://github.com/ipeirotis/ReadabilityMetrics