A webhook (also called a web callback or HTTP push API) is a way for an app to provide other applications with real-time information. Webhooks deliver data directly to other applications, so data
Throttling limits the number of requests an application can make to an API. Most of the APIs found in the API directory are limited to 200 calls per minute.
Tags are metadata information about the API which will be very helpful when the API is published. Tags can be used for the consumers to search for the API. If the consumer searches
Paths are the resource URLs the API developers choose to expose their API. Each path can have a GET/PUT/POST/DELETE http action defined. Paths can have defined parameters. The parameters can be specified as
Properties are name value pairs that can be used in the API functionality. API developers can define a different value for the same property in different environments like sandbox/test/production. The actual value will
Parameters are special types of variables used in computer programming to pass information between procedures and functions. An argument to a function is referred to as a parameter. Adding three numbers, for example,