The Plutio API is a RESTful interface, resource-oriented URLs and uses HTTP response codes to indicate API errors, allowing you to programmatically update and access much of your data on the platform. It provides predictable URLs for accessing resources, and uses built-in HTTP features to receive commands and return responses. This makes it easy to communicate with from a wide variety of environments, from command-line utilities to browser plugins to native applications. *JSON is returned by all API responses, including errors.
We use a standard OAuth 2 authentication method.
You can generate an application key and a secret code from your settings page inside the Plutio app and use them to create a temporary access token.
YOUR_PLUTIO_SUBDOMAIN header value should be the first part of your Plutio domain. For example YOUR_PLUTIO_SUBDOMAIN value for https://test.plutio.com would be test.
Visit the "Getting Started" section for more information.
Bad request. The server cannot or will not process the request due to an apparent client error (malformed request syntax, invalid params)
Unauthorized. Access token is invalid or missing.
Forbidden. User is not allowed to perform the action, usually due to permission settings.
Not found. The requested resource could not be found.
Method not allowed. A request method is not supported for the requested resource; for example, a GET request on a form that requires data to be presented via POST
Too Many Requests. Your API limits have been reached.
Internal server error. Server could not process your request due to unexpected condition. Please try again later or if the issue persists please contact us.
There is a current limit of 1000 API calls an hour.