IXON API documentation

The IXON Cloud is an open and endlessly expandable Industrial IoT platform that can even provide more business value when it is integrated with other IT systems. To maximize your business value please read our API documentation and create solutions that suit your organization best.

The IXON API is organized for 90% around REST and 10% around WebSocket. Our API has predictable resource-oriented URLs, accepts JSON-encoded-encoded request bodies, returns JSON responses, and uses standard HTTP response codes, authentication, and verbs. In addition, there are certain API request headers which are mandatory to obtain data.

Our platform contains three different APIs which give access to different parts of our system. The differences are described in this section of the guide. Please read it to quickly determine which API should be used for your project.

Rate limit

Currently there is no rate limit per endpoint. This will change in future releases of the API.

If you would like to develop a future-proof client, we recommend implementing a handler for a HTTP 429 TOO MANY REQUESTS response. By dynamically lower the amount of requests, after a 429, the client should be able to keep communicating with our APIs.

Updated 9 months ago

IXON API documentation

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