Introduction

  1. You need a valid access token to send requests to the API endpoints. You can get one in the API Access section in your account's settings.

  2. Response to every request is sent in JSON format. In case the API request results in an error, it is represented by an "error": {} key in the JSON response.

  3. The request method (verb) determines the nature of action you intend to perform. A request made using the GET method implies that you want to fetch something, and POST implies you want to save something new, and so on for the other ones.

  4. The API calls will respond with appropriate HTTP status codes for all requests. A 200 OK indicates all went well, while 4XX or 5XX response codes indicate an error from the requesting client or our API servers respectively.

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