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Qwilr API

API Reference

v1.0.0

Introduction

Welcome to the Qwilr Public API documentation. With our API you'll be able to generate Qwilr Pages programmatically. This means you can generate custom quotes, create pages when someone fills out a form, or anything else. The sky is the limit.

Our API is organized around REST. All calls made are live. If you need to test outside of your live account, get in touch with our team for options around that.

If you're looking for help with the Qwilr app you can find that in our help documentation.

If you have any questions about our API, please get in touch at help@qwilr.com.

Getting started?Check out our to walk through the process of getting set up
Base URL
https://api.qwilr.com/v1

Authentication

bearerAuth

All requests to API need to be authenticated with your account's access token. You can find your access token in the Qwilr API Settings:

Your access token allows anyone to access your Qwilr Pages and account. Be sure to keep it secret! Do not share your secret access tokens in any public spaces such as your source repository, client-side code, and so forth.

When making a request:

  • Use your access token with bearer authentication in the headers. For example: Authorization: Bearer fakeaccesstoken
  • Send all requests over HTTPS
Security Scheme Typehttp
HTTP Authorization Schemebearer
Bearer formatJWT
API settings page with a modal open to copy the API token

Pages

Page objects correspond to pages in the Qwilr UI, allowing for the creation of a public-facing Qwilr Page. The Qwilr API allows you to create, delete and replace your Pages by sending through JSON objects.

Create a page

Creates a page from saved blocks or template.

Authorizations

bearerAuth

Attributes

  • blocksRequiredarray of objects
  • namestring

    Title of the page, visible as the browser title.

  • publishedboolean

    False will prevent page the from being viewed publicly, True will allow it to be viewed publicly.

  • substitutionsobject

    Mapping of token API reference keys to substitution values used throughout the page. The values can be overwritten if the same keys are defined in the block-level substitutions.

  • metadataobject

    Data you provide, that will be returned as part of all Webhooks.

  • tagsarray of strings

    These tags to be applied to your page. Tags are case-sensitive.

Responses

post/pages
{
"blocks": [
{
"id": "uCHq6B6_S1EqZ2pyam8YVfUldvoF-Q",
"foldable": {
"enabled": true,
"isFolded": true,
"label": "string"
},
"quoteSettings": {
"selectionType": "single",
"selectionRequired": true,
"showTotalDiscount": true,
"showTaxTotals": true,
"showTotalExcludingTax": true,
"quoteDiscount": {
"type": "fixed",
"amount": 0
}
},
"quoteSections": [
{
"description": "string",
"lineItems": [
{
"type": "fixedCost",
"description": "string",
"unitPrice": 0,
"unitLabel": "string",
"quantity": 0,
"quantityRange": {
"min": 0,
"max": 0
},
"taxExempt": true,
"optional": true,
"selected": true,
"lineItemDiscount": {
"type": "fixed",
"amount": 0
},
"metadata": {}
}
],
"settings": {
"showSubtotal": true,
"showUnitPrice": true,
"showQuantity": true,
"showCost": true,
"selected": true,
"selectionRequired": true,
"sectionDiscount": {
"type": "fixed",
"amount": 0
}
},
"metadata": {}
}
],
"substitutions": {
"block_token_key": "Example value",
"repeating_token_key": [
{
"item_property": "value1"
},
{
"item_property": "value2"
}
]
}
}
],
"name": "string",
"published": true,
"substitutions": {
"page_token_key": "Example value",
"repeating_token_key": [
{
"item_property": "value1"
},
{
"item_property": "value2"
}
]
},
"metadata": {},
"tags": [
"string"
]
}

Get a page

Returns a page

Path parameters

  • pageIdRequiredstring(Id) ^[a-z0-9]{24}$
  • expandarray of enums
    "metadata""acceptance""previewAcceptance"

Responses

get/pages/{pageId}?expand=metadata,acceptance,previewAcceptance

Update page

Allows you to update the published property.

Authorizations

bearerAuth

Path parameters

  • pageIdRequiredstring(Id) ^[a-z0-9]{24}$

Attributes

  • publishedboolean

Responses

put/pages/{pageId}
{
"published": true
}

Blocks

Block objects correspond to blocks in the Qwilr UI. Pages and templates are composed of a series of blocks. The Qwilr API allows you to get saved blocks from your account.

Get saved blocks

Allows you to retrieve a list of saved blocks from your account, with block names. Useful in developer workflow for mapping block names to saved block IDs.

Responses

get/blocks/saved

Subscriptions

Webhooks allow you to subscribe and unsubscribe from events on your Qwilr account.

Get a list of all webhook subscriptions

Allows you to retrieve a list of all the webhook subscriptions that you have created using the create webhook subscription endpoint.

Responses

get/webhooks

Create a webhook event subscription

Creates a new webhook subscription to an event type. New events will be sent to the defined targetUrl. You should store the id field returned in case you want to cancel the subscription later on.

Authorizations

bearerAuth

Attributes

  • eventRequiredenum
    "pageAccepted""pagePreviewAccepted""pageViewed""pageFirstViewed"
  • targetUrlRequiredstring

Responses

Callbacks

post/webhooks
{
"event": "pageAccepted",
"targetUrl": "string"
}

Cancel a webhook event subscription

Cancels a webhook event subscription using the id field that was returned when the webhook subscription was created.

Path parameters

  • subscriptionIdRequiredstring

    The id returned when your subscription was created

Responses

204

Unsubscribed

delete/webhooks/{subscriptionId}