• Due to its independence.
  • Due to its scalability.
  • Due to its flexibility and portability

Nowadays, there are many applications and projects that use a REST API, sometimes known as RESTful API, thanks to its vast features. It provides them with horizontal growth and they achieve a more efficient and logical API creation for Internet services. While REST - or Representational State Transfer - can be used over nearly any protocol, when used for web APIs it typically takes advantage of HTTP. This means that developers have no need to install additional software or libraries when creating a REST API.

The REST API allows programmatic access to SMSGlobal features in Smsbrix. To use the REST API, you just need a SMSBrix account and an API key and secret. You can generate these inside your SMSBrix account. The REST API can be accessed at api.Smsbrix.com. Use of SSL is supported and strongly encouraged. Our REST API takes full advantage of all HTTP headers. Each part of a request and response is meaningful, including the request method (GET/POST, etc.), the individual headers (Location, Content-Type, Accept, etc.), and the response status code (200, 400, 404, etc.). Use of this API assumes a working knowledge of these HTTP components, and general use of RESTful web APIs.