# Pagination

All top-level API resources have support for bulk fetches via "list" API methods. For instance, you can list products, product types, projects, users, etc. These list API methods share a common structure taking at least 2 parameters:

  • limit
  • offset

Schier's APIs uses these cursor-based parameters to simulate pagination that is common in multiple applications and websites when displaying large amounts of data.

# Parameters

# limit

limit optional, default: 25

The maximum number of items that will be returned with the response. This can particularly be helpful if the payload is relatively large. Will accept any valid integer.

# offset

offset optional, default: 0

The number of items in the list to be offset, or "skipped," from your query. For example, if you had 50 items in your list, provide an offset parameter with a value of 25 and the API will provide you the next set of 25 results, instead of the first set.

# List Response Format

# object

object string, value is "list"

A string describing the type of object that is returned. This is often used to tell our package wrappers which object to parse the JSON response as.

# data

data array

A list of JSON objects, representing elements.

# url

url string

The url that can be sent to the API to replicate this response.

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