With this experimental API, users could find Wikipedia pages if they can't recall the exact title. Dandelion Wikisearch can be useful for developers who work with Internet data and who are interested to add this service in a particular website or application. The site displays the parameters of text and lang as required in addition to limit, offset, query, and include as optional. JSON responses are available along with code samples. Developers can receive support via e-mail and community forum.
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13-03-17 15:43:55[SDK] Dandelion Python SDK by SpazioDati updated with Related API Dandelion Wikisearch
13-03-17 15:31:41[SDK] Dandelion NodeJS SDK by Andrea Mostosi updated with Related API Dandelion Wikisearch
13-03-17 15:23:22[SDK] Dandelion PHP SDK by Andrea Mostosi updated with Related API Dandelion Wikisearch
16-09-14 14:56:20[News] MyJobHelper API Provides Job Search Content for Third-Party Apps updated with Related API Dandelion Wikisearch
16-09-14 08:13:12[News] MyJobHelper API Provides Job Search Content For Third Party Apps updated with Related API Dandelion Wikisearch