Introduction to EVA Pingutil API

EVA Pingutil API is a service that allows you to check the availability of any website or server. It provides an easy-to-use REST API that returns information about the website's status, response time, and more.

Getting Started

To use the EVA Pingutil API, you need an API key. You can get a trial API key at https://eva.pingutil.com/.

Once you have an API key, you can make requests to the API.

API Endpoints

The EVA Pingutil API provides several endpoints that return information about the website's status and performance.

1. Get status of website

To check the status of a website, you can use the following URL:

https://eva.pingutil.com/api/v1/status?url=YOUR_URL&key=YOUR_API_KEY

Replace "YOUR_URL" with the URL of the website you want to check, and "YOUR_API_KEY" with your API key.

Here's an example in JavaScript:

const url = "https://eva.pingutil.com/api/v1/status?url=example.com&key=YOUR_API_KEY";

fetch(url)
  .then(response => response.json())
  .then(data => console.log(data));

2. Get performance data of website

To get performance data of a website, you can use the following URL:

https://eva.pingutil.com/api/v1/performance?url=YOUR_URL&key=YOUR_API_KEY

Replace "YOUR_URL" with the URL of the website you want to check, and "YOUR_API_KEY" with your API key.

Here's an example in JavaScript:

const url = "https://eva.pingutil.com/api/v1/performance?url=example.com&key=YOUR_API_KEY";

fetch(url)
  .then(response => response.json())
  .then(data => console.log(data));

3. Get uptime history of website

To get the uptime history of a website, you can use the following URL:

https://eva.pingutil.com/api/v1/uptime?url=YOUR_URL&key=YOUR_API_KEY

Replace "YOUR_URL" with the URL of the website you want to check, and "YOUR_API_KEY" with your API key.

Here's an example in JavaScript:

const url = "https://eva.pingutil.com/api/v1/uptime?url=example.com&key=YOUR_API_KEY";

fetch(url)
  .then(response => response.json())
  .then(data => console.log(data));

Conclusion

In this blog post, you learned about the EVA Pingutil API and how to use it to check the status, performance, and uptime history of a website. You also saw some examples of how to make API requests in JavaScript. With this knowledge, you can start building tools and apps that use the EVA Pingutil API to monitor websites and servers.

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