The WebKnox REST API offers functionality such as Named Entity Recognition, Part-of-Speech Tagging, Question Answering, and Language Detection. On this page you can see the available resources and the possible actions on these resources. You can play with the API and see what happens.
The WebKnox Keywords API gives you access to keyword data. You can find information about keywords such as how often they are searched, how many competing pages there are on Google. You may also get a list of related keywords to your given keywords. Play with it or sign up on mashape.
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). Play with it or sign up on mashape.
The WebKnox Proxies API lets you retrieve fresh, unblocked, high responsive and alive proxies. You can improve proxy delivery by sending feedback whether a proxy is blocked or dead. Play with it or sign up on mashape.
The WebKnox Question-Answering API allows you to find answers to natural language questions. These questions can be factual such as "What is the capital of Australia" or more complex. Play with it or sign up on mashape.
The WebKnox Text-Processing API lets you process (natural) language texts. You can detect the text's language, the quality of the writing, find entity mentions, tag part-of-speech, extract dates, extract locations, or determine the sentiment of the text. Play with it or sign up on mashape.
The WebKnox Web API lets you process Web pages. You can detect (publish, modified dates, language), extract (author, content, facts), and rank (using a service or rating the quality). Play with it or sign up on mashape.
Also see applications that make use of our API at the API showcase. If you did something yourself, let us know and get featured.
If you are interested in using the API in a production system sign up for one of our APIs on mashape, or contact us if you have questions. You can consume our APIs using plain REST or employ one of the client libraries that are available on the API page on mashape. You can choose from client libraries in Python, Objective-C (iOs), Ruby, PHP, and Java (Android).