Getting Started
Before starting, make sure to have access to an existent project (with an admin or developer role) or create a new MBurger project.
After that, navigate to Settings > API Keys to create an auth token, which you will need to interact with the APIs.
Be aware that for most use cases you should obtain an API key with read permission. If you will use creation or editing API you'll need to add write and delete permissions.
The MBurger API is organized around REST, resource-oriented URLs and JSON responses. It aims to facilitate the life of the developer offering a robust query and filtering system through URLs.
Use HTTPS when calling all methods.
All media files are served by the CloudFront CDN through https://cdn.mburger.cloud.
Is highly suggested to familiarize yourself with the structure of an MBurger project and to read the Common section before start exploring the APIs documentation.
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