What is an API?
API stands for "application programming interface." It can be helpful to think of the API as a way for different applications to talk to one another. For most clients, the interaction with our API will be through the use of API keys.
AgencyBloc REST API
Since the API is based on REST principles, it's very easy to write and test applications. You can use your browser to access URLs, and you can use pretty much any HTTP client in any programming language to interact with the API.
One-time Setup Fee: $250
Monthly: $75/month (up to 10k requests/mo.)
Optional: $50/month for each additional 10k requests
Security for the API is handled by two parameters that need to be used on every call and be posted via the body:
|sid||This value will be provided to you by AgencyBloc for consuming the API.|
|key||This value will be provided to you by AgencyBloc for consuming the API.|
All URLs referenced in the documentation have the following base:
The AgencyBloc REST API is served only over HTTPS. This ensures data privacy by encrypting all traffic to and from the API. HTTP is not allowed to ensure data protection.
The AgencyBloc API is rate limited. You may access the API up to 2,000 times per 5-minute period. If the rate limit is exceeded, the API responds with a 403 HTTP response.
AgencyBloc accounts have the following subresources. Click on a link to read the API documentation for accessing or modifying each resource.