The Aircampi API lets you manage your application stack's resources programmatically using conventional HTTP requests. All the functionality available in the Aircampi Console is also available through the API.
The API Reference documentation has details on how to send native HTTP requests that are properly formed to make API calls.
Alternatively, you can use an API wrapper for your desired programming language to integrate access to the API in your application stack. This makes calls to the Aircampi API similar to calling functions from locally-installed SDK libraries that your code is importing. You still need to create an API token with the Aircampi Console’s token generator and reference the token string in your code.
|Getting Started||The Aircampi API is organized around REST. Our API has predictable resource-oriented URLs, accepts form-encoded or JSON-encoded request bodies, returns JSON-encoded responses, and uses standard HTTP response codes, authentication, and verbs.|
|Auth APIs||The Aircampi Auth is an identity and access management stack. Here is technical API reference docs for Aircampi Auth.|
|Database APIs||The Aircampi Database is a data store stack that manage your application's business data. Here is technical API reference docs for Aircampi Database.|
|Storage APIs||The Aircampi Storage is a file store stack that manage your application's media, doc, and files. Here is technical API reference docs for Aircampi Storage.|
|Realtime APIs||The Aircampi Realtime is a realtime websocket stack. Here is technical API reference docs for Aircampi Realtime.|
|LOV APIs||Aircampi LOV is a static or dynamic set of values used to display a specific type of page item, such as popup lists of values, a select list, a check box, a radio group, or multiple select lists.|