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WebScraping.AI

webscraping.ai

Version: 2.0.4


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Description

A client for https://webscraping.ai API. It provides a web scaping automation API with Chrome JS rendering, rotating proxies and builtin HTML parsing.

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Welcome to the Vault API πŸ‘‹
When you're looking to connect to an API, the first step is authentication.
Vault helps you handle OAuth flows, store API keys, and refresh access tokens from users (called consumers in Apideck).
Base URL
The base URL for all API requests is https://unify.apideck.com
Get Started
To use the Apideck APIs, you need to sign up for free at https://app.apideck.com/signup. Follow the steps below to get started.
Create a free account.
Go to the Dashboard.
Get your API key and the application ID.
Select and configure the integrations you want to make available to your users. Through the Unify dashboard, you can configure which connectors you want to support as integrations.
Retrieve the clientid and clientsecret for the integration you want to activate (Only needed for OAuth integrations).
Soon, you can skip the previous step and use the Apideck sandbox credentials to get you started instead (upcoming)
Register the redirect URI for the example app (https://unify.apideck.com/vault/callback) in the list of redirect URIs under your app's settings
Use the publishing guides to get your integration listed across app marketplaces.
Hosted Vault
Hosted Vault (vault.apideck.com) is a no-code solution, so you don't need to build your own UI to handle the integration settings and authentication.
Hosted Vault - Integrations portal
Behind the scenes, Hosted Vault implements the Vault API endpoints and handles the following features for your customers:
Add a connection
Handle the OAuth flow
Configure connection settings per integration
Manage connections
Discover and propose integration options
Search for integrations (upcoming)
Give integration suggestions based on provided metadata (email or website) when creating the session (upcoming)
To use Hosted Vault, you will need to first create a session. This can be achieved by making a POST request to the Vault API to create a valid session for a user, hereafter referred to as the consumer ID.
Example using curl:
Vault API
Beware, this is strategy takes more time to implement in comparison to Hosted Vault.
If you are building your integration settings UI manually, you can call the Vault API directly.
The Vault API is for those who want to completely white label the in-app integrations overview and authentication experience. All the available endpoints are listed below.
Through the API, your customers authenticate directly in your app, where Vault will still take care of redirecting to the auth provider and back to your app.
If you're already storing access tokens, we will help you migrate through our Vault Migration API (upcoming).
Domain model
At its core, a domain model creates a web of interconnected entities.
Our domain model contains five main entity types: Consumer (user, account, team, machine), Application, Connector, Integration, and Connection.
Connection state
The connection state is computed based on the connection flow below.
Unify and Proxy integration
The only thing you need to use the Unify APIs and Proxy is the consumer id; thereafter, Vault will do the look-up in the background to handle the token injection before performing the API call(s).
Headers
Custom headers that are expected as part of the request. Note that RFC7230 states header names are case insensitive.
| Name | Type | Required | Description |
| --------------------- | ------- | -------- | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- |
| x-apideck-app-id | String | Yes | The id of your Unify application. Available at https://app.apideck.com/api-keys. |
| x-apideck-consumer-id | String | Yes | The id of the customer stored inside Apideck Vault. This can be a user id, account id, device id or whatever entity that can have integration within your app. |
| x-apideck-raw | Boolean | No | Include raw response. Mostly used for debugging purposes. |
Sandbox (upcoming)
The sandbox is pre-loaded with data similar to a real-life integrations setup. You can use the preconfigured OAauth configured connectors for testing purposes and can skip this step by using the Apideck sandbox credentials to get you started.
Guides
How to build an integrations UI with Vault
How to configure the OAuth credentials for integration providers (COMING SOON)
FAQ
What purpose does Vault serve? Can I just handle the authentication and access token myself?
You can store everything yourself, but that defeats the purpose of using Apideck Unify. Handling tokens for multiple providers can quickly become very complex.
Is my data secure?
Vault employs data minimization, therefore only requesting the minimum amount of scopes needed to perform an API request.
How do I migrate existing data?
Using our migration API, you can migrate the access tokens and accounts to Apideck Vault. (COMING SOON)
Can I use Vault in combination with existing integrations?
Yes, you can. The flexibility of Unify allows you to quickly the use cases you need while keeping a gradual migration path based on your timeline and requirements.
How does Vault work for Apideck Ecosystem customers?
Once logged in, pick your ecosystem; on the left-hand side of the screen, you'll have the option to create an application underneath the Unify section.
How to integrate Apideck Vault
This section covers everything you need to know to authenticate your customers through Vault.
Vault provides three auth strategies to use API tokens from your customers:
Vault API
Hosted Vault
Apideck Ecosystem (COMING SOON)
You can also opt to bypass Vault and still take care of authentication flows yourself. Make sure to put the right safeguards in place to protect your customers' tokens and other sensitive data.
What auth types does Vault support?
What auth strategies does Vault handle? We currently support three flows so your customers can activate an integration.
API keys
For Services supporting the API key strategy, you can use Hosted Vault will need to provide an in-app form where users can configure their API keys provided by the integration service.
OAuth 2.0
Authorization Code Grant Type Flow
Vault handles the complete Authorization Code Grant Type Flow for you. This flow only supports browser-based (passive) authentication because most identity providers don't allow entering a username and password to be entered into applications that they don't own.
Certain connectors require an OAuth redirect authentication flow, where the end-user is redirected to the provider's website or mobile app to authenticate.
This is being handled by the /authorize endpoint.
Basic auth
Basic authentication is a simple authentication scheme built into the HTTP protocol. The required fields to complete basic auth are handled by Hosted Vault or by updating the connection through the Vault API below.

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Introduction
The Shorten.rest API allows you to programmatically create short URLs (an 'alias') for longer URL (a 'destination').
Each alias you create can be used to redirect the end user (person clicking on the link) to one or more destination URLs
A default destination is always set and specific destinations can be set to redirect the end user to preferred destinations based on the user's geographical location (country) and device Operating System.
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Destination Matching
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When a user clicks on the short link, Shorten.rest will examine the end user's country (determined by User's IP) and OS (User agent) and match the most suitable destination for each user.
(*) If no destination is set for a specific request combination Shorten.rest will use the default destination that exists within each short URL
(**) BRANDED DOMAINS: If the requested alias does not exist in our database - Shorten.rest will redirect the user to the default fallback you set within your dashboard under the β€˜Alias Not Found Page Url’ value for a custom domain.
(*) Operating System (OS) destinations are stronger than a country destination!
For example - if you have a custom landing page that is targeting people in the USA and a second landing page that is hyper focused for people who use iOS devices - a person clicking on your link in the USA that is on an iPhone will be redirected to the iOS landing page, while all other devices will be redirected to the USA landing page.
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| iOS | | YourDestination.com/ios |
| | US | YourDestination.com/usa |
Shorten.rest will choose the YourDestination.com/ios url as the most suitable destination.
Branded Domain Attributes
When setting up your custom domain you can include optional metatags and snippets (Supported snippets list). These parameters (such as retargeting, tracking and conversion pixels) are populated and fired on click - at the time of the redirect.
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You can always override the domain defaults for each URL by passing the appropriate variables when creating or updating a short URL
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You can also place the @rnd macro within the alias field when you create a new alias, for example /vanity/@rnd, which might return an alias like /vanity/ZMAefRt, or /vanity@rnd, which might produce something like /vanityMRtvxadf. Only the first @rnd in an alias attribute will be replaced.
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(**) All API parameters are case sensitive

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