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Using the iMonnit API to Pass Sensor Data To Your Own Application

Keywords: Monnit API, iMonnit API, software integration api, software integration, monnit sensor data


Summary:

iMonnit Rest API allows users to integrate their sensor data into 3rd party applications. API calls can be made from programming language of your choice. Responses are served as either XML(Extensible Markup Language) or JSON (JavaScript Object Notation).



iMonnit Rest API

The iMonnit Rest API allows users to integrate their sensor data into 3rd party applications. API calls can be made from programming language of your choice. Responses are served as either XML(Extensible Markup Language) or JSON (JavaScript Object Notation). To learn how to use the API, visit the iMonnit Rest API settings page.

iMonnit Rest API Settings

In addition to the API, you can have Monnit push the sensor readings from iMonnit to your database with our external configuration tool. This tool allows you to pass data from your wireless sensor network devices to another service in real time. This is done by coding the data into a URL query, then sending the data via HTTP get request at the time data is received. There is an extensive list of parameters that can be passed, allowing you to send detailed information about both the data and the sensor.

Documentation for Profile Specific Configuration



iMonnit Webhook API

You can use Monnit's Webhook API to send data to your own application when data is received at the server. You can configure the URL and query parameters used to route the request. Data is compiled as a JSON body and sent via HTTP POST.

iMonnit Webhook API Documentation




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