Document to text conversion web service gets a nice name, a nice URL and a web interface
Give Me Text!
In a previous post, I detailed a web service where you can throw documents of many kinds at it, and get text in return. We’ve now given this service a name, “Give Me Text!”, and a nice URL at http://givemetext.okfnlabs.org/ for both the API, which is at a subpath /tika and a web interface for uploading documents to the service. The web service is based on some nice work by Tyler Palsulich who got in touch via GitHub. Thanks Tyler!
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