| Mustafa Usmani
Extending the capabilities of Power Textor using RESTful API
In this blog we’ll see how you can use the power of Power Textor’s RESTful API in your projects.
For this blog, we’ll see how you can use Power Textor’s API in Postman. Let’s get started:
- Go to https://powertextor.com/app/apikeys and copy your valid API key. If you can’t access it, that means either you don’t have a subscription or it got expired.
- Go to your Postman and create a collection.
- In this Authorization section of the collection select API Key and paste your API key in the value and “ApiKey” in the key.
- Now go to Variables section and create a variable by the name baseURL and paste this URL in it: api-powertextor-v2.azurewebsites.net/api
- After doing these steps, we’ll run a request and, in our case, we will do a GET request for getting list of contacts that are saved in PowerTextor.
- Now create a new request in your collection and append “/contacts” after your baseURL variable, like this:
- As you can see in the picture above, after running the request we get the list of contacts!
And that’s how you can extend the capabilities of PowerTextor’s API in your project. For more API references, you can check our PowerTextor’s API documentation here: https://powertextor.com/documentation/api
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