The Syntropy API follows RESTful conventions when possible, with most operations performed via standard HTTP verbs like GET, POST, PATCH, and DELETE. Our API has predictable resource-oriented URLs and uses standard HTTP response codes, authentication. Request and response bodies are JSON-encoded.

Step by step

Integrating Syntropy API into your app or website can begin as soon as you create a Syntropy account, and requires few steps:

  1. Create a new Access Token from your account so Syntropy can authenticate your integration’s API requests (make sure to copy that token somewhere safe because you won't see it again, and you need it for the next step).

The output of generation of the access token

  1. Make a test API request to confirm everything is up and running: browse any API endpoint available, then under Authentication > Header > put YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN_HERE (from the previous step)

Example of how to use Access Token

  1. Then click the Try It! button, and you should have any of 20x code responses with relevant payload.