The export API is the most important element of the E-HRS-AS system as it provides the availability status of one or all HRS among many other data to the public free of charge. And this is the central aim of the project.
When querying the API it can be asked to
- List all HRS
- List the real-time availability statuses of all HRS
- Retrieve a single HRS
- List events of a HRS
- Retrieve the real-time availability status of a specifc HRS
- Retrieve a HRS photo
The list of the monitored fuel types can be retrieved as well.
The documentation can be found here. Implementing the RESTful interface code has proven to be straight forward for most of the programmers and quite simple, if it wasn't their first interface to be queried.