This document describes how to use the API to access and modify data in the Haplo object store over the public Internet.
Objects are represented as XML documents. As they’re loosely typed with many repeated elements, XML is a natural way of cleanly representing the information in the object store.
An API key is used to authenticate as a user of the system, and gives the external system the same permissions as that user. Multiple API keys can be generated for a single Haplo application to provide external systems with differing levels of access.
If this API doesn’t work well for your application, you could consider writing a plugin which implements a custom API. If you take this approach, you can still use the API key system for authentication.