About the REST API
The REST API is a Hypermedia API built on top of HTTP. All objects in Sitecore Content Hub are modeled as resources that represent the state of the objects at the time of a request. Standard HTTP requests and responses are used to query and manipulate the state of the objects, and standard HTTP headers are used to augment the request and response. In addition, our backend services apply throttling mechanisms.
The REST architectural pattern models the state of the system as resources. Each resource is identifiable by a unique URL, and by performing HTTP requests the representation of the resource can be transferred and manipulated. What makes the REST API stand out among the crowd is that it’s also a Hypermedia API. Effectively, hyperlinks are used to navigate between resources instead of the client needing to know how the URLs to specific resources are constructed. In fact, any and all URLs specified in this document other than the service endpoint are for documentation purposes only and should not be used by the client directly. Instead, we would encourage the client to adopt the navigational model and discover the URLs by navigating between the resources.
All API access is over HTTPS and accessed from
All data is sent and received as JSON.
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