Clover provides its REST API at a separate base URL in the production environment for each of its supported markets.
- United States:
You can find a list of supported endpoints in Clover's REST API Reference. These endpoints accept query parameters in the following format:
Here is some key information to note when using the Clover REST API:
- Clover's API is only accessible via HTTPS
- Request and response entities are in JSON
- All API requests in production are protected by an OAuth2-derived access token. See Using OAuth 2.0 for more information.
- GET queries made using a browser include hyperlinks to the details for each object
In the following sections, you can learn more about rules and best practices while working with the Clover REST API:
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