RST Whois API: Raw Responses & Improved Parsing for Domains
The RST Whois API just got even better! In addition to its unified structure in JSON format, the API now allows users to retrieve a raw response from a WHOIS server for any domain. This new feature gives developers and domain enthusiasts more control over their WHOIS data.
The team behind the RST Whois API has also updated and improved its parsing engine for six new top-level domains: .il, .cfd, .fans, .pics, .xin, and .xyz. This ensures that users receive the most up-to-date information for these domains.
The RST Whois API has been a game-changer for domain-related services since its inception. It allows users to easily retrieve WHOIS data for any domain without having to deal with the complexities of different WHOIS servers and their varied output formats. With this latest update, the API provides even more flexibility and accuracy for users.
The addition of raw responses means that developers can now have access to WHOIS data in its original format, which may be useful for certain applications. For instance, users can choose to parse the raw response themselves or use it in conjunction with the API’s parsed response.
The updated parsing engine for .il, .cfd, .fans, .pics, .xin, and .xyz domains ensures that the API’s users receive accurate and complete WHOIS data. This is particularly important for domain enthusiasts and businesses that rely on this information for domain management, research, and analysis.
Overall, these updates further enhance the RST Whois API’s already impressive capabilities. With its easy-to-use API and reliable data, it remains an indispensable tool for anyone working with domains.