The Token Terminal API allows you to access all of the data that powers the Token Terminal web application.

Users on the Token Terminal API plan can query the data with their designated API key, which can be found on their account page. The API key should be kept a secret, so make sure to not share it or store it in publicly accessible areas such as GitHub, client-side code, and so forth.

The API is read-only, supports REST calls, uses predictable resource-oriented URLs, and returns JSON-encoded responses and error messages.

If you're interested in accessing our API but don't have an API key, please reach out to us at [email protected] for assistance.

We use standard HTTP response codes

200 for success
308for redirects when e.g. project_id has been renamed (only when projects make a significant rebranding)
400for when query parameters are invalid, see included JSON formatted error message for advice
402for when subscription isn't valid
403for invalid access
429for too many requests (rate limit: 60 requests per minute)
500if we ever mess up