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Storeden Connect API

Storeden Connect API is based on REST.
APIs accepts form-encoded requests bodies and returns JSON encoded values.


To interact with Storeden API you need to authenticate your call, so you need the key and the exchange strings.
All application keys released from Storeden must be protected and keep secrets.
Please be sure to not include your keys if you publish your code on GitHub or similar.

API Permissions

Each key pair has two types of permissions:

- READ: Can only read data ( all APIs made with GET as request method )
- READ & WRITE: Your application can write and read data.

API Versioning

Storeden adopts API versioning.
This means that we guarantee the compatibility of the API for at least 12 months after the granting, to allow a more flexible migration.
Developers who are using the nearby API deprecation will be notified and assisted during the migration.
Current versions of API is v1.1.
Developers that are using a near-to-end API will be notified 30 days before APIs will become unavailable.
Api version v1.0 has been deprecated on 22-07-2019

Endpoint costruction

All api calls must be made on the domain.

In the above example:
v1.1 is the versioning value of the API.
/products/list.json is the endpoint you need to call, each endpoint is specified in the box on API page method.

Connect API - Rate Limiting

All Storeden Connect API has a rate limit of 100.000 single requests every 24 hours.

When you reach the Connect API limit, any api calls will receive an error code 509 and actioin will not be complete.
You can check the number of calls remaining by fetch ( authentication required ).
This API call is not subject to throttling.

Guided examples

Here you can find guided examples of applications, we will provide more example as soon as possibile.
Guided examples is provided with the source code and a complete PDF guide.

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