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Introduction

Introduction

Welcome to the Sheetson API! You can use our API to access data in any Google Sheet file that you have access to. Basically, every Google Sheet file is a database, and each tab within that file is a table. Sheetson API is designed around these definition.

API Endpoint

All API calls must be made to https://api.sheetson.com

JSON only

All responses will be in JSON. Input data passed through the request body can be form-encoded or JSON-encoded. If using a JSON body, please specify the Content-Type header as application/json.

String-only

Currently, all values in row object are returned with an exception of rowIndex which is automatically added to the results set.

Keys & Authentication

In order to protect your data, all API requests to Sheetson require an API Key which can be obtained in Console You need to provide an Authentication header with API Key as the value.

Authentication: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY

Status Codes

Every API request to Sheetson API returns a HTTP status code that reflect the result. Following codes should be returned by Sheetson API.

Successful requests

Every API request to Sheetson API returns a HTTP status code that reflect the result. Following codes should be returned by Sheetson API.

CODE MEANING
200 OK A resource has been retrieved (GET requests)
201 Created A resource has been created (POST requests)
204 No Content A resource has been deleted (DELETE requests)

Failed requests

APIs that failed to fulfill its purpose should still have 200 OK status code, but their response body should tell more about type of error. See Status Codes for more information.