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API Documentation

The Loop API is primarily a REST API with predictable, resource-oriented URLs. It accepts JSON-encoded request bodies, returns JSON-encoded responses, and uses standard HTTP response codes, authentication, and methods. This design ensures a consistent and reliable interface for developers to interact with the Loop platform.

This guide covers the essentials of using the Loop Admin APIs and Storefront APIs, outlining their differences, functionalities, and link to their respective documentation.


Loop API Overview


The Loop API is divided into two primary categories:

Admin APIs: Admin APIs are designed for broad administrative control. They enable you to manage all subscriptions, ensuring that you have the necessary permissions to make changes at an administrative level. Refer to the Admin API documentation from here for more detailed information on authentication, rate limiting, and other essential aspects of using the Loop API effectively and securely.

Storefront APIs: Storefront APIs are tailored for customer-specific actions, providing a more secure and isolated approach. These APIs authenticate using a session token, which is unique to each customer and expires after 24 hours. Refer to the Storefront API documentation from here for more detailed information on authentication, rate limiting, and other essential aspects of using the Loop API effectively and securely.

For detailed information on authentication, rate limiting, and other essential aspects of using the Loop API, please refer to the respective API documentation.


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Updated on: 09/07/2024

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