Botdoc Postman Collection

Postman is a Collaborative Platform for testing API’s and can be downloaded from their website: https://www.postman.com/

We built a Postman Collection to facilitate the Learning Curve with Botdoc API, and understand the flow of how to use our API in a real scenario. To start testing you will need to download our Botdoc’s Postman collection here:

https://www.getpostman.com/collections/eb748fb4df7b605b5050 Last Updated: April, 14 2020

You will download the Postman Collection save and open with Postman.

Getting Started

Step 1: Make sure you are in the correct Workspace that will show the Botdoc API Collection;

Step 2: In this step, you can see our collection, this collection has all endpoints that you need to create a Request, P2, Pull, Push…;

Step 3: We use Environment Variables to facilitate the use of the API and changing between environments, you will need to add some primary configurations;

Setting Up Environments

Step 1: Click on Add button;

Adding Variables to the Environment

Step 1: Type a name for your environment;

Step 2: Type 3 primary variables, email (Botdoc account’s email), api_key (Botdoc account’s API Key), api_domain (URL of the endpoints, current: https://api.botdoc.io/)

Step 3: Click on Add/Update;

Authentication

Step 1: Before everything, let’s get the token, so click on “Get Token”:

Step 1: Click Send;

Step 2: If your email and API key was correct, you see the token;

Play with the Endpoints

After getting your token, you can run all endpoints in our collection that you want:

If you find errors on the collection, have questions or feedback please contact us at api@botdoc.io or Join us on Slack: https://botdoc.io/slack

We also have online documentation here: https://api.botdoc.io/documentation/

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