The Amplitude Developer Docs team has been working hard to bring you more Amplitude developer resources. We’re pleased to announce that we’ve just released a public Postman Collection.
Postman is an API platform that lets you test, build, and experiment with APIs. We created this collection to give you access to a rich library of example requests and responses that can help you use our APIs more effectively.
The collection includes these Amplitude Analytics APIs:
- Attribution API
- Batch Event Upload API
- Behavioral Cohorts API
- CCPA DSAR API
- Chart Annotations API
- Dashboard REST API
- Export API
- Group Identify API
- Releases API
- SCIM API (Amplitude Users and Permissions)
- Taxonomy API
- User Privacy API
- HTTP V2 API
- User Profile API
We designed the collection to use environment variables and a pre-configured environment (Amplitude API Environment), so when you fork the collection, just add your own values:
Each API has its authorization method set on the API’s parent folder, so authorization is taken care of as long as you’ve set your values in the environment.
A word of warning -- Postman makes real calls to your API, so if you want to protect your production data, we suggest you use a test Amplitude project.
Check out our collection here: https://www.postman.com/amplitude-developer-docs/workspace/amplitude-developers/overview
If you find any issues or have ideas for improvements, let us know by opening a GitHub issue.
This is great! No longer need to trouble Python’s Requests library anymore.