A REST API is an architectural style for an application program interface (API) that uses HTTP requests to access and use data. That data can be used to GET, POST, PATCH, and DELETE data types, referring to the reading, updating, creating, changing, and deleting operations concerning resources.

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  • Base URL: Your current RealityHub address and port (ex: http://localhost)

  • Endpoint: Communication channel that you want to do various processes (/api/rest/v1/engines/1/nodes)

If the Endpoint contains characters that the URL doesn't support, those characters should be URL-Encoded. For more information, please visit: HTML URL Encoding Reference

Loading Graph (RGraph & UState)


GET http://localhost/api/rest/v1/[graphs|rgraphs|ustates]

Getting Details

GET http://localhost/api/rest/v1/[graphs|rgraphs|ustates]/{id}

For Loading into an Engine

POST http://localhost/api/rest/v1/[graphs|rgraphs|ustates]/{id}/load

Post Data: { “engineHostId: {id} }

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