How to use the

generator article generator to generate an article article from the article generation API article generator provides an API for the generation of content, based on the URL of a web page.

For example, if you want to generate a story about the history of the city of San Francisco, you would use the following URL: http://www.sf.gov/history/article/article.html?id=article&source=article_generator If the article is generated by the article generators, the article generated by article generators is also available on the CBC News API.

To use the CBC article generator API, you must use the GET parameters as described in Using the CBC Article Generator API.

Once you have defined the article type, you can use the API to query the article to generate the article.

For more information, see Using the article types and articles.

If you want a single article generator for multiple articles, you will need to specify the article_generators and article_type parameters.

For a list of article types, see the article source article generator documentation.

When the article generates an article, the URL is sent to the article handler for the given article type.

For instance, the following example generates a single HTML article that describes the history, economics, and demographics of San Jose, California.

This article generates one HTML page per page.

This example is for example a short article, but it could be used for a longer article, such as an article on the history and economics of a particular city.

To generate a single page, pass in an article_title and article to the API.

For an example of a page that generates an HTML article, see How to generate HTML articles.

To access a single source for a given article, use the content source URL parameter.

For information about the content sources and how to use them, see Creating Content Sources.

To specify the source of an article for an article type you defined, use article_source.

For this example, we specify the HTML article we want to write.

The article is created as follows: http { article_id } { article } For an article title, use title .

For a title of an HTML or XML article, you need to use article .

For more examples, see Getting Started with the CBC Articles API.

The source is then sent to a CBC News article generator.

This process is the same as generating the article in the article-generator.api.articles module.

The CBC article generators use the Content-Type header to specify what types of content they will produce.

For details, see Generating Content Types.

Once a CBC article is finished, it is sent back to the CBC news article generator using the article URL.

When you are done writing the article, click the Submit button to finish writing the page.

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