By using the URL Analyzer Service via API requests you can get information about specific domains. The new service is included in the default permissions and scope for each account and when creating a new application this new service can be included.
Request for cached data
As indicated in the API reference you can either get a cached response from our databases or request that the analysis of the web site is done synchronously. It is recommended that you use the cached version of an analysis to have a quicker response as some sites have slow responses or contain a lot of information that can be retrieved. We update our databases regularly so data is always in its most current form.
Do not use https and www
If possible avoid (if of course this is possible) using http(s):// along with www. For example use https://google.com instead of https://www.google.com, so as to avoid redirections that will possibly seriously up the response time. Also always provide domains that start with http(s)://
Categories supported by the service are
|The domain for which an analysis was requested.
|Whether this is a cached response or was fetched synchronously.
|Array of objects containing the analysis of the domain.
|The CMS used by the domain.
|The database used by the domain.
|The Programming Language used by the domain.
|The CMS plugin used by the domain.
|The CDN that is integrated in the domain.
|The SEO tool used in the domain.
|Map software used in the domain.
|The Web Framework used in the domain
|Social Networks integrated in the domain.
|The widget(s) that the website uses
|The webServer(s) that the website uses
|The tagManager(s) that the website uses
|The miscellaneous that the website uses
|The email provider(s) that the website uses
|The captcha(s) that the website uses
|The advertising network(s) that the website uses
|The hosting control panel(s) that the website uses
|The push notification provider(s) that the website uses
Updated about 2 years ago