The Mercury Web Parser API is shut down. If your application or product is actively using the Mercury Web Parser API, it is recommended that you transition to your own hosted version of Mercury. The Mercury Parser code is now free and open-source, including the code for the Mercury Parser API. You can use the provided libraries to deploy an instance of the API to your own AWS account. This API takes any web article and returns only the relevant content including headline, author, body text, relevant images and more. Mercury is a web publishing toolkit: web parser and zero-code AMP converter. It extracts the meaningful components from your published pages' code and creates an AMP’d version, from just one line of code. Postlight is a digital product studio that designs and builds apps for web and mobile.
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