Fileflare API


Authenticate with the API using the API key that you generated in the app.

Authentication method

The API key that you use to authenticate should be kept secret and only be used on the server side, not via the client. Exposing this key could cause bad things to happen.

The authentication method used is the Bearer token.

Add the token to your request header.

Authentication: Bearer <token>

JavaScript example:

import axios from 'axios';
axios.defaults.baseURL = 'https://app.digital-downloads.com/api/v1/';
axios.defaults.headers.common = { 'Authorization': 'Bearer Xmwm2j3EPqQOY51F1QfU6aqFHDQsB1nSTGxxII1a3c5MSYULoVBbHKZ1UL3yxntBETADT' };

// example usage
let orders = await axios.get('/orders');

Request headers

This is a JSON API. Make sure you set these headers.

Accept: application/json
Content-Type: application/json

Rate limits – Error code 429

60 requests per minute.

Rate limit headers will be returned on each request, for example:

X-RateLimit-Limit: 15
X-RateLimit-Remaining: 14

Error responses

401 – Unauthorized

Your API key is not valid. The key is incorrect or has been revoked.

402 – Upgrade required

The storage limit has been reached. Upgrade your plan for more space.

404 – Not found

The resource you are trying to access can not be found.

422 – Validation error

Validation error.

Example response when creating a URL asset.

    "message": "The filename is required. (and 3 more errors)",
    "errors": {
        "filename": [
            "The filename field is required.",
            "The filename name must be a string.",
            "The filename must be not be more than 255 characters."
        "size": [
            "The size field is required."
        "url": [
            "The url field is required."

500 – Server error

All server errors will be directly reported to us automatically.