Try the Junar API.
The Junar API enables direct access to Junar data catalog and engine from your application, for the purpose of discovering data streams and dashboards, invoking data streams, and soon... collecting data and publishing it as data streams. It uses a RESTful interface and returns data in JSON.
Data streams invoked through the API provide online and standarized access to data contained in HTML pages, XLS, CSV and other similar file types available on Internet.
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Get an Auth Key!
The Junar API requires a key to operate.
Get one and access to any resource through it.
Jump right into the API resource documentation to get in touch with the requests and methods you can use.
Create a Request
The Junar API accepts RESTful requests.
A typical request will look like this:
A few things to note in the request above:
This is an invoke request, that will return a json response. The entire resources descriptions are available in the API resource documentation.
This is the GUID of the data stream you are accessing. You will always find this GUID in the Data Stream Details page, making a data stream search through the API, or in many other places.
This is the key from step 1. You'll need it for every request.
APISANDBOX is a testing environment, and is therefore limited to 1000 requests/mo. by API key at a rate of 1 req/5 sec. If you need higher capacity please contact us at email@example.com
Process your response
Your response will be returned as JSON. You can also obtain the response in XML, CSV and HTML..
To understand the format of the result field, read the API resource documentation.