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Shape what comes next with the Oxford Dictionaries API. The OED is the unsurpassed guide to the meaning, history, usage and pronunciation of more than 600,000 words – past and present – from across the English-speaking world. Its historical record of the English language is traced through more than 3.5 million quotations and covers words and senses including rare, obscure, and obsolete terms, as well as terms that are used in modern English. The OED prototype API endpoints return three main data types: • words: data for each OED lemma (headwords and sublemmas), including date range, etymological information, syntactic information, and pronunciations; • senses: data for each word meaning listed in the OED, including date range, definitions, and semantic classifications; • quotations: data for each quotation provided in the OED as an illustrative example, including date, source, and quotation text. Whether you’d like to focus your search on a particular historical period to create a Tudor Word of the Day app, integrate authorial quotations into your project, look up rare and obsolete terms, or offer word histories, this is the resource for you. Try it out and let us know what you think: https://developer.oxforddictionaries.com/our-data
Parse, validate and clean an email address. This API performs the following functions: Syntax Checks - Check if the email address is RFC822 / RFC2822 compliant. DNS Checks - Check if the email address domain resolves correctly and has valid MX (mail exchanger) records. Typo Fixing - Fix common domain, TLD (top-level domain) and freemail email address typos. Freemail Check - Determine if the email address is a freemail registered email address (i.e. not a commercial address)
Check if password is know to be used by hackers. We have thousands of computers actively recording attacks and collecting passwords that are being used by hackers and automatic hacking apps. The API database is updated real time with data from all over the world. The data is part of the data collected by Nucleon threat intelligence service for data and information security and cyber attacks.
SeatGeek is a ticket search site that aggregates sports, concert, and theater ticket listings from over 60 ticketing sites -- including StubHub and TicketsNow. The SeatGeek API provides developers with broad access to the company’s dataset of nearly 100,000 live events. The RESTful API returns requests in JSON, JSONP, and XML and can provide detailed information on venue lat/lon, average ticket price, seating location, and more. SeatGeek has a community portal that keeps a record of all support conversations and is a useful tool when looking to get questions answered. Sites can also monetize their content with SeatGeek's API by registering in SeatGeek's Partner Program. Each time a partner sends a referral to SeatGeek and they purchase a ticket, SeatGeek will pay their partner 50% of the revenue earned on that transaction. Currently users are averaging $11 per sale generated.
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The MEDICAL SYMPTOM CHECKER API for patients. Welcome Developer & E-Health evangelist: You can now enrich your Mobile app or website with symptom checker functionalities. Patients can enter their symptoms and will receive a list of possible diseases based on the integrated differential diagnosis engine. It will direct the patient to more medical information and show him the right doctor category for further clarifications.