Google Introduces URL Inspection API

This good news is for you, users, and programmers who frequently inspect URLs in massive volume and automate page debugging, then the good news is for you! Google has recently launched a URL inspection API to make this task less time-consuming and more efficient. Google aims to help developers rapidly optimize websites and debug them. Through external applications, Search Console APIs can access information outside their domain. Users can request Search Console for data on the indexed version of a URL structure. The API will automatically return the indexed data that’s presently available in the URL inspection tool. It also equips developers with beneficial information like sitemaps that show the URL’s discovery, schemas detected by Google, the exact time and date of when the page was crawled, Google-selected canonical, etc.