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Documenting JSON requests

Documenting JSON requests: Learn API Documentation with JSON and XML
Documenting JSON requests: Learn API Documentation with JSON and XML

In addition to being used to receive data from a server in the form of a web response, you can use JSON to send data to a server. This is called a web request. Documenting a web request is similar to a response, but you need one more column, which is called Required. Put either "Optional" or "Required" into that column. If it's optional, then there's likely a default value, which you can put in the Notes column.

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