This documentation describes the Toptranslation API in version 1.0. See schema of the API for common information about the usage of the API, date and locale formats.
A request to the API is authenticated with an access token. You can create and manage access token in the client dashboard or Toptranslation will provide them when registering your application. The access token needs to be send to every endpoint that requires authentification as a URL parameter. For example:
The Toptranslation REST-API offers the following endpoints:
HTTPS is used for all requests to the API. The current version of this API is 1.0. The resulting base url is:
Every endpoint response is in JSON notation.
Documents and data are stored in different services. Therefore files are stored on the DocumentStore - the fileserver of Toptranslation. See the documentation for the Documents endpoint of the DocumentStore API for information about up- and downloading of documents.
All timestamps and dates are in ISO 8601 notation:
The API uses locale codes in ISO 639 notation. A list of all currently available locales can be retrieved from the API under: