The DeepCrawl API carries advanced website intelligence gathering tools. Its crawling capabilities are designed to monitor websites and generate analytical summaries of crucial information such as visitor trends, transactions, events, and competitor activities. The RESTful API is a well-documented full release that conveys requests and responses in HTTP and JSON format, respectively. A developer must use an API key to authenticate its API calls.
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