Take a look at the API Reference, and import Postman Collection.
One of the first questions you are bound to have is
Why do I need to leverage the Snowpal Building Blocks API? Or,
What value does it bring to me as a developer, or a software organization?
Those are very valid questions, so we'll take a stab at answering those.
Say, you are building a Food App where your customers can place orders. This app needs a Web Interface, and likely, a Mobile Interface, and Server Side Components to serve the needs of your 2 UI clients. That's a lot to do already and the core business value you truly intend to provide to your users is what defines your Unique Selling Proposition. However, to be able to do that, you need to write a lot of boilerplate server side code, and not to mention, deal with Identity Management, Security, Deployment, Implementation, Testing and the whole nine yards.
What if instead of doing all of that, you could simply leverage an existing API with a large number of specific endpoints that do most of what you need for you so you can focus exclusively on the business value you intend to provide, and use all your resources towards that? Sound too good to be true? Well, it's not. And it wouldn't be if you used our API.
Updated 4 months ago