This API is a user-based API, which means that all the data you can retrieve or send via the API is somehow connected to an existing user. Let’s say a user wants to find all available charging stations within a 5-kilometer radius and wants to then charge their vehicle at one of these charging stations. There are a few preconditions required to make this work, such as being an active user, having a valid contract for the station and the user’s preferred method of paying for the charging session. See below for information on the steps required to make this work.
The technology behind this API is GraphQL. GraphQL is an API query language for fulfilling queries with existing data. GraphQL provides a complete and understandable description of the data in your API, giving clients the power to ask for exactly what they need and nothing more.
Are you interested in the GraphQL API in detail?
Just have a look at our documentation on the GraphQL API. You can find it here.
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