The Eastridge Cloud API gives you access to a set of features for use in your own integrations, such as worker roster retrieval, department creation, and a variety of other data interactions. It is based on RESTful standards and is organized around the main resources from the Eastridge Cloud VMS service.
Sample API calls are provided next to each method using cURL, a standard command line tool. All you need to do is drop in your specific parameters, and you can test the calls from the command line. If the command line isn’t your preference, a great alternative is Postman, an easy-to-use Chrome extension for making HTTP requests.
Both request body data and response data are formatted as JSON.
All timestamps (both those sent in requests and those returned in responses) should be formatted as shown in our examples. We support RFC 3339 timestamps. The preferred way to pass in a date is by converting the time to UTC such as this: 2018-01-01T08:00:10-00:00.
In cases where timestamps are rounded to a given day, you may omit the time component. So instead of 2018-01-15T12:00:20+06:00 you can use 2018-01-15.