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Direct API Access

We have a Postman Collection that you can use to play around with the API and get a feel for how it works.

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You can also access the API directly with tools like curl or httpie, or with clients for languages that we do not currently have SDKs for.

API Explorer#

You can view the API via Swagger at

Environment Key#

Publicly accessible API calls need to have an environment key supplied with each request. This is provided as an HTTP header, with the name X-Environment-Key and the value of the environment API key that you can find within the Flagsmith administrative area.

Curl Example#

curl '' -H 'X-Environment-Key: TijpMX6ajA7REC4bf5suYg'

httpie Example#

http GET '' 'X-Environment-Key':'TijpMX6ajA7REC4bf5suYg'

Private Endpoints#

You can also do things like create new flags, environments, toggle flags or indeed anything that is possible from the administrative front end via the API.

To authenticate, get a token by logging in with an account credentials:

curl '' \    -H 'content-type: application/json' \    --data-binary '{"email":"<ACCOUNT EMAIL ADDRESS>","password":"<ACCOUNT PASSWORD>"}'
{"key":"<KEY HASH>"}

Then use this token for subsequent requests. For example, to create a new evironment:

curl '' \    -H 'content-type: application/json' \    -H 'authorization: Token <TOKEN FROM PREVIOUS STEP>' \    --data-binary '{"name":"New Environment","project":"<Project ID>"}'

You can find a complete list of endpoints via the Swagger REST API at

Useful SDK Endpoints#

Send Identity with Traits and receive Flags#

This curl command below will perform the entire SDK workflow in a single call:

  1. Creating an Identity
  2. Setting Traits for the Identity
  3. Receiving the Flags for that Identity
curl --request POST '' \--header 'X-Environment-Key: <Your Env Key>' \--header 'Content-Type: application/json' \--data-raw '{    "identifier":"identifier_5",    "traits": [        {            "trait_key": "my_trait_key",            "trait_value": 123.5        },        {            "trait_key": "my_other_key",            "trait_value": true        }    ]}'