SIGNL4 API provides Instant Mobile Alerting. With the SIGNL4 API, developers can easily access many SIGNL4 functions via HTTP requests. It is based on REST and fulfills a similar purpose for which SDKs were used very often in the past.
Example usage scenarios are the integration in third party systems for triggering alarms to a team or on-call duty based on shift planning systems.
The API is always used in the context of a SIGNL4 team, i. e. log in with a SIGNL4 account and give an API client the authorization to access a team programmatically on a manager's behalf (consent grant).
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