API Documentation
Overview

For all api requests, you must have a trailing slash (/) at the end of your request. Otherwise, your request will be rejected as ‘Method not allowed’

API Endpoints

Customer API

Use the Customer API to programatically pull customers when embedding your dashboards. This allows you to use Explo without necessarily storing any of our tokens in your database, keeping your integration more clean and flexible. You’ll reference your customer both in the API and in your Explo queries using a provided_id, which is the id you give us when creating a customer. Usually, this is the id of your customer in your own database.

The API Token you authenticate your request with is associated with a Data Visibility Group. Only customers in that visibility group will be pulled.

Export Dashboard API

Use the Export Dashboard API to programatically pull PDF or image screenshots of your dashboards.

Dashboard API

Use the Dashboard API to pull a list of all your Explo dashboards and their various attributes.

End User Group API

The End User Group API is now deprecated and has been replaced by the Customer API. Each End User Group entity corresponds to a Customer entity, with its user_group_id corresponding to a Customer customer_id.

Use the End User Group API to programatically pull end user groups when embedding your dashboards. This allows you to use Explo without necessarily storing any of our tokens in your database, keeping your integration more clean and flexible.

The API Token you authenticate your request with is associated with a Data Visibility Group. Only end user groups in that visibility group will be pulled.

End User API

The End User API is now deprecated and has been replaced by the Customer API.

Use the End User API to programatically manage individual end users information.