Status.io API Best Practices The Developer API is provided to enable integrations with your status page. This API is monitored for excessive usage and abuse. Follow the best practices below to ensure that your connections do not get blocked. Use Caching We recommend that you do all API requests on the server side, and if possible cache them. If you […]
API libraries are available to help you build integrations with your status page using your favorite programming language. Go – https://github.com/statusio/statusio-go .Net – https://github.com/statusio/status.io.net Node.js – https://github.com/statusio/statusio-node PHP – https://github.com/statusio/statusio-php Python – https://github.com/statusio/statusio-python Ruby – https://github.com/statusio/statusio-ruby Rust – https://github.com/SecurityInsanity/statusio Our Github account also lists some non-official libraries and plugins: https://github.com/statusio
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Overview This is the API version of your status page. Because robots care about your status too. The Public Status API enables you to provide your API consumers with a simple GET method to query the current status. Requirements Status page must be activated and in public mode. Example Request Check out a real-world […]
Our dynamic documentation allows you to view live examples in a variety of languages and also test/debug API calls within the sandbox. View our API docs at developers.status.io Be sure to review the Best Practices before using the Developer API.