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==Description==
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Welcome to the amiando REST API Documentation.
Access the amiando Platform by utilizing our REST API.
 
  
amiando provides a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Representational_State_Transfer REST] interface to create / update / delete users and events. This means that method calls are made over the internet by sending HTTP GET or POST requests to the amiando server. Nearly any computer language can be used to communicate over HTTP with the REST server.
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amiando provides a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Representational_State_Transfer REST] interface to create, update and delete users and events. Nearly any computer language can be used to communicate over HTTP with the REST server.
  
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This documentation is aimed at developers who want to integrate the amiando platform into their applications.
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Your account will have to be activated to use the REST API. See "How to get started?" section below.
 
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==How to get started?==
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==Getting started==
# Have a look at the technical specification on this site.
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*[[How to get your API key]]
# Contact us at [mailto:dennis.ferenczy@amiando.com dennis.ferenczy@amiando.com] with some information about the project and where you want to use the API.
 
  
==Rest API Documentation==
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==API Reference==
*[[REST_API_Overview|API Overview]] &mdash; Provides information to the general format of REST requests, response format and error codes.
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*[[REST_API_Overview|Overview]] &mdash; Provides information to the general format of REST requests and response format.
*[[REST_API_Users|Accessing Users]] &mdash; Lists all available properties and special requests regarding users.
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*[[REST_API_Formats|Formating]] &mdash; How to format various property types (Date, Timezone, etc.)
*[[REST_API_Formats|Formats for various property types (Date, Timezone, etc.)]]
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*[[REST_API_ErrorCodes|Errorcodes]] &mdash; A list of all error codes generated by the REST API.
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*[[REST_API_Users|Users]] &mdash; Properties and methods of the user objects.

Revision as of 08:11, 7 July 2010

Welcome to the amiando REST API Documentation.

amiando provides a REST interface to create, update and delete users and events. Nearly any computer language can be used to communicate over HTTP with the REST server.

This documentation is aimed at developers who want to integrate the amiando platform into their applications.

Getting started

API Reference

  • Overview — Provides information to the general format of REST requests and response format.
  • Formating — How to format various property types (Date, Timezone, etc.)
  • Errorcodes — A list of all error codes generated by the REST API.
  • Users — Properties and methods of the user objects.