In order to interface with some of the core functionality, Vouch has exposed specific resources via a REST API. This gives developers a great deal of flexibility when integrating Vouch and opens up the doors to very exciting activations.
The Vouch REST API is only available for customers who are on a Teams plan.
The API is accessed using a base URL in the form:
All requests to the API are authenticated by providing your API key. The API key should be provided as an HTTP header named
curl -H "X-API-TOKEN: YOUR_TOKEN" https://api.vouchfor.com/api/v1/<resource>
Your API Key can be found in your account on the the Developer page within your Vouch Account. The REST API is only available for customers with a Teams plan.
The v1 API uses standard HTTP methods for indicating the action to take on a resource.
Retrieve a resource.
Create, modify or delete a resource.
All API requests and response bodies adhere to a common JSON format representing individual items and collections of items.
The API uses HTTP status codes to indicate an error has occurred while processing a request. There are four main error status codes used by the API:
Invalid API key
The request could not be authenticated or the authenticated user is not authorized to access the requested resource.
The requested resource does not exist.
The request could not be processed, usually due to a missing or invalid parameter.
REST API Calls
Vouch currently offers a suite of RESTful API endpoints. These APIs have be grouped under the section of the Platform they relate to. To find out more about a specific API call, simply click on the event below.