REST (REpresentational State Transferservices), which allows you to perform operations like read, modify, add, or delete Data from your data tables. REST architecture involves reading a designated web page that contains an XML file. The XML file describes and includes the desired content. Once dynamically defined, consumers may access the interface. The response data of a REST call is in JSON, XML, or HTML format. There are many things you can do with the REST API.

For example: 

  • A website can access data from JavaScript.                         
  • A web server can show data on a website.                         
  • You can upload large amounts of data.                         
  • You can download recent data.                         
  • You can export all of your data.
In the attached document, you’ll find a full listing of all the available endpoints. 

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