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Postman API

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Version: 1.20.0


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Description

The Postman API allows you to programmatically access data stored in Postman account with ease.
The easiest way to get started with the API is to click the fork button to fork this collection to your own workspace and use Postman to send requests.
Overview
You need a valid API Key to send requests to the API endpoints. You can get your key from the integrations dashboard.
The API has an access rate limit applied to it.
The Postman API will only respond to secured communication done over HTTPS. HTTP requests will be sent a 301 redirect to corresponding HTTPS resources.
Response to every request is sent in JSON format. In case the API request results in an error, it is represented by an "error": {} key in the JSON response.
The request method (verb) determines the nature of action you intend to perform. A request made using the GET method implies that you want to fetch something from Postman, and POST implies you want to save something new to Postman.
The API calls will respond with appropriate HTTP status codes for all requests. Within Postman Client, when a response is received, the status code is highlighted and is accompanied by a help text that indicates the possible meaning of the response code. A 200 OK indicates all went well, while 4XX or 5XX response codes indicate an error from the requesting client or our API servers respectively.
Individual resources in your Postman Account is accessible using its unique id (uid). The uid is a simple concatenation of the resource owner's user-id and the resource-id. For example, a collection's uid is {{ownerid}}-{{collectionid}}.
Authentication
An API Key is required to be sent as part of every request to the Postman API, in the form of an X-Api-Key request header.
> If you do not have an API Key, you can easily generate one by heading over to the Postman Integrations Dashboard.
An API Key tells our API server that the request it received came from you. Everything that you have access to in Postman is accessible with an API Key that is generated by you.
For ease of use inside Postman, you could store your API key in an environment variable called postmanapikey and this Collection will automatically use it to make API calls.
API Key related error response
If an API Key is missing, malformed, or invalid, you will receive a 401 Unauthorised response code and the following JSON response:
Support
For help regarding accessing the Postman API, feel free to discuss it in our Discourse Community. You can also drop in a line at [email protected].
In the event you receive a 503 response from our servers, it implies that we have hit an unexpected spike in API access traffic and would usually be operational within the next 5 minutes. If the outage persists, or your receive any other form of 5XX error, kindly let us know.
Terms of Use
For information on API terms of use and privacy, refer to our terms at http://postman.com/legal/terms/ and our privacy policy at https://www.postman.com/legal/privacy-policy/.
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Introduction
The Shorten.rest API allows you to programmatically create short URLs (an 'alias') for longer URL (a 'destination').
Each alias you create can be used to redirect the end user (person clicking on the link) to one or more destination URLs
A default destination is always set and specific destinations can be set to redirect the end user to preferred destinations based on the user's geographical location (country) and device Operating System.
In order to use the Shorten.Rest URL Shortening API you can choose to bind your own branded domain, sub-domain or to use our default domain - Short.FYI
Destination Matching
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When a user clicks on the short link, Shorten.rest will examine the end user's country (determined by User's IP) and OS (User agent) and match the most suitable destination for each user.
(*) If no destination is set for a specific request combination Shorten.rest will use the default destination that exists within each short URL
(**) BRANDED DOMAINS: If the requested alias does not exist in our database - Shorten.rest will redirect the user to the default fallback you set within your dashboard under the β€˜Alias Not Found Page Url’ value for a custom domain.
(*) Operating System (OS) destinations are stronger than a country destination!
For example - if you have a custom landing page that is targeting people in the USA and a second landing page that is hyper focused for people who use iOS devices - a person clicking on your link in the USA that is on an iPhone will be redirected to the iOS landing page, while all other devices will be redirected to the USA landing page.
| OS | Country | Destination |
| :------------: |:---------------:| -----|
| iOS | | YourDestination.com/ios |
| | US | YourDestination.com/usa |
Shorten.rest will choose the YourDestination.com/ios url as the most suitable destination.
Branded Domain Attributes
When setting up your custom domain you can include optional metatags and snippets (Supported snippets list). These parameters (such as retargeting, tracking and conversion pixels) are populated and fired on click - at the time of the redirect.
By default the parameters you set in the domain setting will be included in all Short URLs associated with that domain.
You can always override the domain defaults for each URL by passing the appropriate variables when creating or updating a short URL
Setting a Custom string for an Alias (short.fyi/alias)
While creating a short URL you can specify which domain to use. You can choose to use your own branded domain or our default domain - Short.fyi.
Each Alias is unique within a domain they are related to. This means that if multiple accounts use you the same domain (for example short.fyi), if an alias is already taken you may not create a new destination for it.
That said - If you would like to use a specific alias which is already taken - the only way to do so is to create it on a new domain you own and have attached to your Shorten.rest account.
Random Aliases
By default - unless you specify a vanity URI for your alias each URL that is shortened on our platform will have a random string generated by the API. This means that if the 'alias' attribute of a /aliases POST request is not provided, or is an empty string, a random string of seven characters will be generated and returned as part of the POST response.
You can also place the @rnd macro within the alias field when you create a new alias, for example /vanity/@rnd, which might return an alias like /vanity/ZMAefRt, or /vanity@rnd, which might produce something like /vanityMRtvxadf. Only the first @rnd in an alias attribute will be replaced.
NOTES
( * ) All methods of the Shorten.REST API require that your API key be provided in x-api-key header.
(**) All API parameters are case sensitive

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