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As stated above, API stands for Application Programming Interface. In layman's terms, it's basically a service that you can access. In most cases, it is a service that you can access whenever you are looking for information that is not on-hand. For example, if I want information about weather forecasts for a specific area, I can access one of the various ...


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REST API are without sessions. API is any part of code which return you the desired output. So as the API you are using is RESTfull api it has to got some url to hit through. say http:/something/id which will return some JSON input to you. Now that API may return you a webpage containing JSON or a string containing JSON. Using file_get_contents() on the API ...


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An API is an Application Programming Interface. It gives other developers the ability to tap into another application and pull/push data between the two. You use an API by connecting with an API key that is assigned to you by the API provider. Beyond that, each API is different. You'll need to read the documentation on how to access the data you're ...


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I believe this issue is more of a copyright issue than a twitter issue. If you don't have one's permission to use their images and if you are doing it in an automated way and on a large scale, it would be considered as content scrapping by search engines. Yes it would be aggregation, but aggregation of stuff you don't own and don't have the right to use. I ...


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This isn't an article or similar content. this is just generic data (that isn't even unique). There is no author for this content which definitely means you aren't the author of that content. You are the publisher. You should not be using authorship on these pages.



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