Each product includes a "product_history" field that contains an API call that returns historical information about the product, such as pricing history, in_stock status, reviews_count etc.
The webhose.io supports 80 languages across every geographic territory with online access.
Yes. Use a simple OR Boolean query. For example:
(language:german OR language:chinese)
Will search for posts in both German & Chinese.
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You can enter any Boolean query with no set limit to the number of tracked keywords. The plan limit refers to the number of monthly requests, which you can upgrade at any time.
No. If your query produced more than 100 results, you can call the URL appearing in the "next" key in the results set to receive the next page presenting the next set of 100 posts.
Boolean expressions can be nested in as many levels as you want.
For example: (exp1 AND exp2 AND exp3) OR (exp4 AND (exp5 OR exp6)) -(exp7 AND (exp8 OR exp9))
There's no official length limit for the queries.
The query syntax is Elasticsearch query string syntax, which means you can use wildcards.
Rate limiting of the API is considered on a per access token basis. You can make one request per second. Exceeding the API rate limit will result in a 429 HTTP error.
Yes. Just append the dollar sign ($) to the end of the keyword. For example, searching for the keyword "simplivity" will also return documents containing the word "simple" since we index the stemmed version of the verb, but if you want to find documents that contain "simplivity" and nothing else, search for "simplivity$".
Each time we re-visit a product, we save it's price, offer price, if it's on sale, or in stock and it's rating. You can access this historical data by calling the endpoint present on the "product_history" output field.