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DataPocket API documentation

Use the power of our REST API to bring your back end data to DataPocket

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Welcome to DataPocket API, the first collaborative backend data tool. DataPocket allows designers and product managers to use and share live data in real-time in one place - helping them design up to 80 times faster.

DataPocket's mission is to make design easier for everyone, anywhere.

DataPocket connects the major eCommerce platforms. However, If you are managing data sources from ERPs or CMS with a module not supported by DataPocket, our API will be your solution. Enabling you to connect and synchronize any sort of data source to DataPocket.

·What can I do with the DataPocket API?

The DataPocket API supports Add, Update and Delete a data source to interact with Adobe Suite, Adobe Express, Figma, and Canva. You will then be able to use your data (images and texts) in your designs on any of these platforms, at any time, always synchronized.

Connect your favourite design tool (+info)

·How does it work?

The DataPocket API is based on the REST structure. We support authentication via access tokens.
The DataPocket API allows you to combine data and images from different external data sources through the endpoint.

1. Getting started

If you’re not already using DataPocket,

1.1 Open DataPocket

1.2. Create an account

the first step is to sign up and create an account following the button below.

1.3 Authenticate using the API

Once you have a DataPocket account, the next step is to authenticate using the API. This can be done using access tokens.

2. Register an Application

A personal access token gives the holder access to an account through the API as if they were the user who generated the token.

2.1 Login or sign up to your DataPocket account.

2.2 Click 'Connect'

2.3 Press API “use your own data”.”.

Name your connector and give it a description.

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A token and endpoint with the new data source will be generated.

To test it copy the endpoint and token then go to Postman (or any other API test platform)

Connect your data source via the DataPocket API


Paste the API token as Bearer

Create your JSON and paste it on Body as raw JSON.

If everything is ok, you will receive 200 OK

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Head to DataPocket and press back to the main menu

or refresh the window. You will see your product added.

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Click on the product and you will see all the descriptions and images.

DataPocket eCommerce demo store

To get information from the data model:

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