The API end point, where all calls must be directed, is: https://filerequestpro.com/api/ Although not required, it is highly recommended sending requests over HTTPS due to the nature of the information and the fact that the API key will be sent in plaintext otherwise.
The following HTTP requests are allowed:
The API provides JSON interface for the components shown in the navigation menu. This will expand over time as more functionality is added to the service
When sending a request to a File Request Pro endpoint, you may receive the following response code:
OK: the request was successful (some API calls may return 201 instead).
No Content: the request was successful, but there is no representation to return (i.e. the response is empty).
Bad Request: the request could not be understood or was missing required parameters.
Unauthorized: authentication failed or user doesn't have permissions for requested operation.
Forbidden: access denied.
Not Found: resource was not found.405 Method Not Allowed : requested method is not supported for resource.
Errors responses will return a non-200 status code and a JSON err message and error code.
The API is rate limited per API token. You will receive a 429 HTTP status code if you exceed the rate limit. The rate limit is 50 requests per minute per token and is subject to change.