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Billbee API

billbee.io

Version: v1


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Description

Documentation of the Billbee REST API to connect a Billbee account to external aplications.
Endpoint
The Billbee API endpoint base url is https://app.billbee.io/api/v1
Activation
You have to enable the API in the settings of your Billbee account. In addition you need a Billbee API Key identifying the application you develop. To get an API key, send a mail to [email protected] and send us a short note about what you are building.
Authorization & security
Because you can access private data with the Billbee API, every request has to be sent over https and must
Contain a valid API Key identifying the application/developer. It has to be sent as the HTTP header X-Billbee-Api-Key
Contain a valid user login with billbee username and api password in form of a basic auth HTTP header
Throttling
Each endpoint has a throttle of max 2 requests per second per combination of API Key and Billbee user.
When you exceed these 2 calls, the API will return a HTTP 429 status code

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