FileCloud HTTP API allows clients such as web browsers and mobile devices to programmatically connect and access FileCloud Instances running on your personal computer or any other device.
HTTP is the fundamental protocol of the World Wide Web. HTTP is a connectionless request response protocol, meaning there is no concept of a persistent connection between a series of requests.
REQUEST AND RESPONSE
HTTP supports several request methods, which help the server know how to handle the request. The HTTP methods for our purposes are:
Finally, in addition to the main content of the request and response, HTTP allows additional data to be sent in the form of headers. They can be sent with the request to the server and the response from the server, and they can contain arbitrary text data. There are many standard headers, and the connection API contains methods for easily accessing some of the most common ones.
Prepare to work with the API
Practice Working with the API
FULL API DOCUMENTATION
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