Mock sample for your project: ConfigCat Public Management API

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ConfigCat Public Management API

configcat.com

Version: v1


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Description

Base API URL: https://api.configcat.com
If you prefer the swagger documentation, you can find it here: Swagger UI.
The purpose of this API is to access the ConfigCat platform programmatically.
You can Create, Read, Update and Delete any entities like Feature Flags, Configs, Environments or Products within ConfigCat.
The API is based on HTTP REST, uses resource-oriented URLs, status codes and supports JSON
and JSON+HAL format. Do not use this API for accessing and evaluating feature flag values. Use the SDKs instead.
OpenAPI Specification
The complete specification is publicly available here: swagger.json.
You can use it to generate client libraries in various languages with OpenAPI Generator or
Swagger Codegen to interact with this API.
Authentication
This API uses the Basic HTTP Authentication Scheme.
Throttling and rate limits
All the rate limited API calls are returning information about the current rate limit period in the following HTTP headers:
| Header | Description |
| :- | :- |
| X-Rate-Limit-Remaining | The maximum number of requests remaining in the current rate limit period. |
| X-Rate-Limit-Reset | The time when the current rate limit period resets. |
When the rate limit is exceeded by a request, the API returns with a HTTP 429 - Too many requests status along with a Retry-After HTTP header.