jobdata API Documentation

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OpenAPI Schema + Redoc/Swagger UI

You can find the schema documentation in OpenAPI 3.0 format as well as a basic interactive Redoc and Swagger UI below:

To generate API client libraries, documentation and configuration automatically from the OpenAPI schema you might want to check out OpenAPI Generator

Endpoint Documentation

To access this endpoint without the hourly rate limit, you need to include the Authorization header with the value Api-Key YOUR_API_KEY, where YOUR_API_KEY should be replaced with your actual API key. For quick testing you can add your API key via the api_key GET parameter to every request instead - just make sure you don't leave traces of it in your browser history for example or simply create a new API key afterwards.

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Currently there are three plans available for subscription, the access, access pro and the access ultra plan. When a feature or endpoint requires the pro or ultra plan it will be indicated by showing an access pro or access ultra badge next to it.


The following is a comprehensive list of documentation pages for every API endpoint:

Note that these docs are primarily prepared for a better overview and introduction to the API and its features. Always cross-check paramters and response formats with the API Schema file or Redoc version of it for implementation.

Also check out our tutorials section for quick guides on how to get started with the jobdata API and various tools and products.

Rate limits

All API endpoints are publicly acessible, except with certain parameters or queries for attributes that require a certain subscription. Without a valid API key there is a maximum of 5 requests per hour that can be made for testing purposes. This should be sufficient to get a sneak peak into how the API works and what the response structures look like.

Besides throttling for anonymous requests there are no special limitations for authorized calls to the API. The only restriction is that a client should not make more than 2 requests per second. This is more of a technical measure to avoid peak loads and flooding the API with too many requests at once, as some queries can become quite complex and may take a bit longer to process.

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