MetaStats is a professional, fast, easy to use, standards-driven REST API which can be easily consumed from any programming language.
This section describes how to interact with the MetaStats API.
Requests to MetaStats using the REST API can be synchronous (the server sends a response only after completion) or asynchronous (the server sends a 202 status code indicating that it is calculating metrics and you can retrieve them at a later time). Each section below contains a description of the request, request parameters, and possible responses. There are also examples of requests and responses.
Testing the API#
You can use Swagger documentation in order to test the REST API. It explains each feature of the MetaStats REST API and allows you to invoke the API via web UI.