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With the Times of India API, you can get News and Current Affairs in India & around the World. This API gives all the current news with photos and videos. Comments is also supported. This API also provides Photo Gallery and Video Gallery. PS This is an unofficial API of Times of India. By using this API you agree to Terms & Conditions of Times of India. Please give credits to TOI by putting "News Courtesy : Times of India" in your app/website.
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Gnip, Inc. was a social media API aggregation company. Headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, it provided data from dozens of social media websites via a single API. Calling itself the "Grand Central Station for the social web", Gnip was among the first social media API aggregation services. The company has also been instrumental in defining relevant web standards: Gnip's co-founder Eric Marcoullier actively advocated for adoption of open web standards, and helped define the new Activity Streams format for web data. Subsequent to a 2010 data licensing agreement with Twitter Inc, Twitter purchased Gnip in April 2014. The service was used for projects like collecting huge volumes of data for analyzing Twitter clients. In 2010, Gnip launched their new and revised social media data collection product and released a manual describing use cases and significance of Twitter Inc's streaming API. Gnip's sources included Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, Google Buzz, Vimeo, and others. In April 2014, Gnip was acquired by Twitter for $134.1 million in mostly cash and some stock.
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All requests to the Data Collector APIs must use HTTP Basic Authentication, constructed from a valid email address and password combination used to log into your account at the url for your Data Collector. To use this endpoint, your app will make repeated requests for new batches of data, based on the specifications below. [...] For example, Data Collector might POST to http://yourapplication.com/gnip/data-collector-a, and Data Collector might POST to http://yourapplication.com/gnip/data-collector-b. [...] Expected format in rule_example element."}} The Request body size of a rule update is limited to 100KB.The rule value and rule tag are limited to 255 characters each.The tag attribute is optional as shown above by one having it and another not having it.Best practice is to incrementally add and remove changes to your rule list instead of deleting/recreating the entire list each time a change is necessary.New Rules are placed at the top of the queue for polling and are processed in a LIFO manner.Deletes the specified rule or rules from a Data Collector feed.