Unofficial Browse Home Depot data API endpoints you could scrape using Stevesie Data. These endpoints were uncovered through use of software or services made publicly available by Home Depot.
Home Depot doesn’t offer a public API for collecting public product data, making it tricky to collect public data about Home Depot products you may be interested in buying or selling. However, there is a “secret” unofficial API that the Stevesie Data Platform can work with.
You can see how many items of a specific product are at a specific store in addition to obtaining product data.
After intercepting some network traffic from Home Depot, we can reveal a “secret” API that Home Depot uses to communicate data between its servers & clients. While the software used to interact with their secret API is made publicly available in the form of their iOS app, using this secret API may violate their terms of service (which alone is not illegal).
For fun, we’ve aggregated the “secret” endpoints from their iOS app. Each URL also includes potential inputs that each endpoint may expect, again - just for fun to illustrate what an official scraping API may look like.
The URLs on this page are provided “as-is” and are for informational purposes only. Use these URLs at your own risk if you’re interested in security research or similar, as using these URLs may violate Home Depot’s terms of service and even result in getting your account & IP address banned!
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