StatusPage is a platform to build and manage status pages for web and mobile applications. Users can design, build, and manage application status pages with StatusPage.
The StatusPage API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of StatusPage with other applications. Some example API methods include retrieving lists of components, accessing events, and retrieving lists of subscribers.
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The StatusPage Users Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to access the API to integrate users' features. Users are owned by an organization and have access to all pages and elements owned by the pages under a given organization.
The StatusPage Subscribers Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to implement subscribers' features that are those that receive notifications via email, SMS, or webhook to incidents that are reported and subsequently updated.
The StatusPage Access Groups Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to get access groups that allow creating a grouping of components, metrics, and people who can see a status page via a login, customizing the status page for their needs.
The StatusPage Access Users Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to access users that can people who can see a status page via a login. It also allows limiting the components and metrics each status page visitor can see, customizing the status page for their needs.