Seamlessly integrate your systems with Issuetrak API. Develop applications to optimize how you manage data, issues, users, assets, and more.
Create workflow integrations sure to boost your team’s performance and enhance customer service. Increase efficiency, reduce unnecessary interruptions, and strengthen communication.
Build applications that allow you to monitor and manage information the way you want. Customize your integrations to address your specific issue-tracking needs.
Issuetrak API integrates with Swagger to give developers a powerful representation of the API. Quickly get a feel for the API by creating requests and previewing responses through Swagger’s dynamic interface. Make calls from the Swagger UI to Issuetrak API without writing a single line of code. And, take advantage of Swagger’s interactive documentation for quick and efficient integration.
Issuetrak provides a .NET client library to make using the API even easier. Let the library do the heavy lifting of creating payloads, signing messages, and serializing/de-serializing. We also provide PHP samples for one of the most popular web scripting languages around.
Our new API uses a RESTful architecture designed to keep your integrations nice and simple. Issuetrak API returns your results as JSON by default, but responses can also be requested as XML.
Working Smarter Not Harder
Issuetrak API runs batched database queries to get more done in less time with less network traffic. It also uses asynchronous file I/O to perform resource intensive operations without holding up the works.
Put Those Extra CPUs to Work
Issuetrak API uses the Task Parallel Library to harness the power of multicore servers. Leverage our API’s lightning fast responsiveness to create slick integrations.
Communication between your software and Issuetrak API is encrypted using the HTTPS/SSL protocol. Our API also uses random cryptographically strong keys to ensure authorized access only. Issuetrak API’s hash-based message authentication (HMAC) ensures that any calls modifying data are really from the sender.