• Swrve Events API

  • The Swrve Events API is a series of REST calls for sending event data to Swrve from your app. API Calls – API Key and User ID All API calls to <app_id>.api.swrve.com (or <app_id>.eu-api.swrve.com for EU-configured apps) are authenticated using the API key provided for the app. This article references Swrve’s URLs for all data and content Read More


  • Swrve Events API Payloads

  • A custom event payload (swrve_payload) can be added and sent with every REST and SDK call to <app_id>.api.swrve.com (<app_id>.eu-api.swrve.com). This parameter is optional. This feature enables graphing of low-cardinality data. For example, creating a histogram of the current player level when a particular event is fired. (Note: The payload histogram feature is available by request on a Read More


  • Swrve A/B Test API

  • The Swrve A/B Test API enables you to fetch resources held in the Swrve service according to the different variations that are available to each user in the app. The resources are returned in JSON format. This article references Swrve’s URLs for all data and content stored in both our US and EU data centers. Read More


  • Swrve Referrer API

  • This article explains how to send and access referrer information through the Swrve user acquisition campaign tracker. In order to make use of the functionality mentioned in this article, you must have access to the app’s API key and your personal key. For more information, see Where Do I Find My API Key and Personal Read More


  • Swrve Push API

  • The Swrve Push API enables you to send push notifications to a single Swrve user via a web API call from a third-party system. While Swrve’s standard push notification service allows you to target a behavioral group of users at a predefined schedule from within Swrve, this API allows you to send push notifications to Read More


  • Swrve Message Center API

  • The Swrve Message Center is an API for campaigns that have been downloaded from Swrve and are intended to be accessible in a way where the app user is in control of the message lifecycle. This guide describes how the Message Center API is presented for iOS, Android and Unity. Accessing the API Once the Swrve instance Read More


  • Session Token

  • Swrve allows for a session token that is a hash of your API key in the calls you make. All API calls to <app_id>.api.swrve.com are authenticated using a session token of the form app_id=user_id=timestamp=md5hash. Note that API calls to abtest.swrve.com/api/1 do not use a session token, but instead simply use the API key. The fields Read More