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The Developer Hub | Portal | API Support | API References
The Developer Hub | Portal | API Support | API References
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Written by Andy Kostenko
Updated over a week ago

We've implemented the developer portal. It includes a collection of comprehensive guides and documentation that support you if you get stuck and help you start working with at an early date.

The present version of the API Reference is better than the earlier one. All the functions that the Hub offers are free.

Let's dive into its features!

1. Guides

The team provides detailed instructions for using the API (e.g., how to create the first short link on and import CSV files using the command-line interface). An advantage is that instructions walk developers through the process of installation from scratch.

Coders can choose a snippet according to the needed programming language. PHP, Python, C#, Go, and Node.js are available.

2. API Reference

API Reference contains the information required to work with the API. All the details about the functions, classes, return types, arguments, and more are supported. The available programming languages are cURL, Node, Ruby, JavaScript, and Python.

To see the results, developers can try the snippets out. Enter the values into the input boxes, and click "try it out." The received result will be displayed.

3. Changelog

All the improvements and updates made in the API are located in the Changelog section. It is helpful for tracking changes and instant implementation.

4. Discussions

Discussions help you communicate with developers and other developers that use Coders can ask or other developers questions to get help or just some additional information about the API and features. The section was created to help you share your experiences and overcome hurdles when using

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