Add APIs and Environment Variables
Easily add APIs manually or upload Postman collection to integrate API in your app.
Go to your Flutter app builder, on screen list select API Integration from the left menu. Here, you can Add new API, Delete or Edit an existing one.
To add a new one, click on
Add new API.
You can add APIs using two ways:
1. Upload Postman file
- Upload the API Postman collection & environment file to get the list of all the APIs from the Postman file.
2. Create APIs manually
Add APIs manually by clicking on the
Add new APIbutton. It will redirect you to the API runner page.
Step 1: Select method for API and add URL
Select the API method from the top-left and enter the URL. Below is the list of methods that are supported;
Method Description PUT PUT method creates or updates a specified resource GET GET method retrieves information from a specified resource DELETE DELETE method deletes the specified resource POST POST request is used to send data to a server to create/update a resourceinfo
If Headers and Params are already set into the Postman collection for an API then it will be auto-set here.
Step 2: Set Headers, Params and Body
The next step is to add Headers, Params, and Body;
Add header configuration by setting key values
Add query parameters and sample values
Add/ bind API request body
Send API request
- Once you
Sendthe request. You will get the response and the API will be auto-saved for you. To send request click on
Sendor use shortcut
Ctrl + G.
JSON: Your API response will be formatted into JSON, which will be visible from here.
Raw: The raw API data which you got from the API response is available here.
Headers: The headers from the API response are stored here.info
Show code: Get code for your API by clicking on Send -> Show code or simply use shortcut
S. You can select from a range of languages available.
Import cURL: Import API from cURL by clicking on Send -> Import cURL or simply use shortcut
- Once you
Add Environment Variables
The environment variable
Globalcomes as default. However, you can always create new variables.
To use those variables in the URL simply use curly braces
Once you've built the app follow the TODO as shown below in your source code to change to different environment variables.
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