By: Zoltan Wagner On: March 09, 2005 In: Product Releases Comments: 0

The API (Application Programming Interface) is designed to allow external web applications to communicate with our system, enabling the application to accomplish various tasks remotely.

The API currently consists of a php include library that can be expanded to other platforms on request (such as XML, ASP.NET, etc.)

The library is a simple serialized wrapper for requests that are sent over http to receive serialized answers in return.

Our server performs authorizations and executes requests, then answers with api_answer.
The api_answer contains result_code with the numeric code of result, result_text with text describing the result code, and result_data with data specific to an api function. Specific examples are available upon request.

Site requirements:
php version 4.3.5 (4.3.10 is recommended).

Current Limitations:
Cannot send “&” (ampersand symbol) due to serialize function bug.

Features provided in this release:
1. list of contacts
2. read contact information
3. update/create contact
4. read list of messages
5. read list of filters
6. schedule message for delivery
7. create/launch campaign

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