The Scale REST API is versioned via a prefix in the URL. Currently, we only support v1 of the API via
https://api.scale.com/v1/. Within an API version, we strive to only make backward-compatible changes to the API. This means that a client that integrates with
v1 of our REST API will continue to work when querying
v1 in the future.
Backward-compatible changes can be made within an API version, and include:
- Adding new optional request parameters or HTTP request headers.
- Making a required request parameter optional.
- Rejecting a request which contains invalid parameter values, as a result of improved parsing and validation. Improperly formed requests that were previously accepted may be later rejected.
- Adding new fields to a response or callback object.
- Adding new values for existing parameters that have enumerated sets of values.
- Undocumented functionality may be removed or changed at any time.
Backward-incompatible changes will only happen in a new version of the API, and include:
- Changing the behavior of existing request parameters.
- Changing the names of elements used in API POST or PUT requests.
- Adding a new required request parameter.
- Changing the meaning of parameters that have enumerated values, or the meanings of those parameter values.
- Changing the meaning or type of existing response or callback fields.
- Changing the meaning of an API route.
At times, we will deprecate and remove parts of our API that can no longer be supported. In this case, we will make a best effort to identify and notify affected users, and will continue to support the deprecated API during the migration process.
Updated 12 months ago