Methods tell us, in general, what you want to do with a resource.
Our API uses standard HTTP methods, such as GET, POST, and DELETE.
All the specific methods you can use with our endpoints can be found in our API explorer.
In general, here are the different methods we support:
|GET||Get information about a resource without affecting it.|
Get information about a customer
Download a PDF of a quote
|PATCH||Update part of a resource.|
Change a contact's name
Change the status of an order
|POST||Take action on a resource.|
Run a report
Create a request
|PUT||Replace a resource.|
* Change who a task is assigned to (by replacing it with a task that's identical except for the "assigned to" field)
|DELETE||Delete a resource.|
* Delete a contact
- "HTTP Methods: GET vs. POST" by W3Schools
Updated over 5 years ago
Methods tell us the basics of how you want to work with a resource, but parameters give us the details.