DiffBot's new API brilliantly reveals what's hiding behind any link

DiffBot's new API brilliantly reveals what's hiding behind any link

venturebeat.com
New Web content analysis startup Diffbot has launched a new beta API called “Page Classifier” that can reveal the page type and language behind any URL, the company announced today. Diffbot’s first APIs emphasized the scanning, parsing, and extracting of information from web pages. Developers could use these APIs to...
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