It's really easy to use Quicko APIs & start consuming them in your app. Using Quicko API, you can consume a unified, REST format that is easy to understand and embed in your app. Moreover, you can signup, subscribe & start consuming all of the APIs using the dashboard. Our APIs have simple, resource-oriented URLs, accept JSON-encoded request bodies, return JSON-encoded responses, and uses standard HTTP response codes, authentication, and error messages.
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REST clients such as Postman or Insomnia allow you to make requests to the Quicko REST APIs using a well-designed visual interface. The easiest way to start using the Quicko API is by clicking the Run in Postman button above. Postman is a free tool that helps developers run and debug API requests and is the source of truth for this documentation. Every endpoint you see documented here is readily available by running our Postman collection.
The current (stable) version is 3.1. All requests will use this default setting unless you override the API version. It is recommended that a specific version be requested explicitly for production applications as major releases may break older implementations. To set the API version on a specific request, set the HTTP header
x-api-version with a version number. The root endpoint for Quicko API is: https://api.quicko.com/
The current (stable) version is 3.1. The root endpoint for Quicko Sandbox API is: https://sandbox.api.quicko.com.
You can generate credentials for the Sandbox environment from API Dashboard. The Sandbox environment enables simulated business activity and lets developers build, test, and monitor applications integrated with Quicko. This Sandbox environment will provide mocked responses reflecting behavior in the production environment.
You can use a pre-built client to interact with Quicko API v3.2.1 without having to make raw HTTP calls.
Available at Quicko API Status, Quicko API status reports uptime and incidents for our API environments.
Get help by emailing our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org or Call us at 7575831310.