There is a range of content that can be translated. To do this you must pass the language code as a parameter. More details in the individual endpoints. Here are the currently supported languages:
Some elements have an image. All images reside on our static site. You can access the image by going to the following URL:
ID_ITEMwith the code of the element you are looking for
Endpoints with many returns routinely paginated. Here I explain more about how pagination works. First of all, you need to know that the number of elements per page changes automatically depending on your subscription. There is no possibility to specify the number of elements per page.
- BASIC: 25
- PRO: 25
- ULTRA: 75
- MEGA: 100
pparameter you can specify the required page number, if you omit it as a default value page 1 is required. In the body of the endpoint response you will find the paginate section. This indicates that pagination is active in the following call. If the value would be an empty array, then the call is not paginated.
"items" : 6726
pageindicates the current page number
per_pageindicates the number of items there are per page
itemsindicates the total number of items
To see if there are any new elements, you can store the last
itemsvalue and check it periodically. To figure out how many pages there are for each endpoint (and then call them with the
pparameter) just divide
per_pagevalue, rounding up.
If you use a CSV format, the paginate data appear in the first column with this format: page_1_perPage_100_items_38250
1indicates the current page number
100indicates the number of items there are per page
38250indicates the total number of items
In general if you want to know how many page there are can do the following operation:
items / per_page = number_of_pages
The first question is: Why do I need a custom endpoint? Simple, sometimes to optimize your project you need to perform very complex queries on a large database. Here's an example: I want to know the average dangerous attacks and normal attacks of teams that scored at least X goals in a predefined time frame.
We can help you! And we will create a custom enpoint for you that you can call as many times as you want, with different parameters, in complete autonomy.
Our API is simple and straightforward even for a human.
If you using Postman we have develop the collection file:
If you need to read the CSV format you can use some office software like MS Excel, Libreoffice, OpenOffice or Google spreadsheets.
Our CSV is all in UTF8 linux format, that is compatible with double click open without needed import.
If you need simple the OpenAPI v3 Manifest: