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Conventions

All text should be encoded UTF-8 except where otherwise specified.

Field Types

The following types exist for fields in the API.

NAME DESCRIPTION
integer 0 or greater integer sent without quotes
string UTF-8 character string surrounded in quotes
boolean true or false
object A map of string key & value pairs
array A list of strings, e.g. [“a”, “b”, “c”]

Important: Integral cents are used for monetary amounts in the API. Decimals are not supported.

Parameters

Parameters for GET requests should be passed in the query string.

Parameters for POST and PATCH requests should be passed in a JSON-encoded body, with header Content-Type: application/json set. JSON bodies should be a top-level object with parameters under the key data, e.g.:

  {
    "data": {
      "param1": "foo",
      "param2": "bar"
    }
  }

Dates

  • Parameter type: date
  • Since JSON does not have a built-in date type, dates should be passed as strings in ISO 8601 (YYYY-mm-dd) format.


Locations

Countries

  • Parameter type: country
  • Country locations should be passed as JSON strings using ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 format (standard 2-letter codes).

U.S. States and Subdivisions

Foreign Subdivisions

  • Parameter type: subdiv
  • Foreign subdivisions, where available, should be passed as JSON strings using the abbreviations specified by ISO 3166-2.

Responses

Except where otherwise specified, response bodies will be a top-level JSON object with the returned resource(s) under the data key.