# REST API

# Overview

Use the REST API to create and manage sources, workflows and source events. Workflow development and management is not currently supported via the API.

# Base URL

The base URL for all requests is https://api.pipedream.com/v1 .

# Authentication

You authenticate to the REST API using your Pipedream API key. When you make API requests, pass an Authorization header of the following format:

Authorization: Bearer <api key>

For example, here's how you can use cURL to fetch profile information for the authenticated user:

curl 'https://api.pipedream.com/v1/users/me' \
  -H 'Authorization: Bearer <api_key>'

Learn more about API authentication

# Required headers

The Authorization header is required on all endpoints for authentication.

POST or PUT requests that accept JSON payloads also require a Content-Type header set to application/json. For example:

curl https://api.pipedream.com/v1/components \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api_key>" \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
  -d '{"component_url": "https://github.com/PipedreamHQ/pipedream/blob/master/components/rss/sources/new-item-in-feed/new-item-in-feed.js"}'

# Common Parameters

The following parameters can be passed to any endpoint. They can be included as query string params for GET requests, or in the body of the payload of POST requests.


include string

The fields in the API response you'd like to include (defaults to all fields). Pass as a string of comma-separated values:

comma,separated,fields,to,include


exclude string

The fields in the API response you'd like to exclude (defaults to none, including all fields). Pass as a string of comma-separated values:

comma,separated,fields,to,include


org_id string

Some endpoints require you to specify the org ID you want the operation to take effect in. For example, if you're creating a new event source in a specific org, you'll want to pass the org ID in the org_id query string parameter.

Find your org's ID here.

# Working with resources owned by an organization

If you're interacting with resources owned by an organization, you may need to specify the org ID as a part of the request's query string parameter or route:

  • When fetching specific resources (for example, when you retrieve events for a specific source), you should not need to pass your org's ID. If your user is a part of the org, you should have access to that resource, and the API will return the details of the resource.
  • When creating new resources, you'll need to specify the org_id where you want the resource to live as a query string parameter (?org_id=o_abc123). Read more about the org_id parameter in the Common Parameters section.
  • When listing resources, use the org-specific endpoints here.

# Pagination

Most API endpoints below support pagination, with a default page size of 10 items. You can vary the size of pages, and set a before or after cursor on the results, using the following parameters. They can be included as query string params for GET requests, or in the body of the payload of POST requests.


limit integer

The number of items to return in the requested page of results.

  • Default: 10
  • Min: 1
  • Max: 100

after string

A cursor, specifying you'd like to retrieve items after this cursor.

Cursor strings are returned with all paginated responses.


before string

A cursor, specifying you'd like to retrieve items before this cursor.

Cursor strings are returned with all paginated responses.


# Example Paginated Request

This request fetches a page of 5 sources in the authenticated account, after a specific cursor (returned with a previous request):

curl https://api.pipedream.com/v1/users/me/sources\?limit\=3\&after\=ZGNfSzB1QWVl \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api key>"

# Example Paginated Response

The response from the request above will have a shape that looks like:

{
  "page_info": {
    "total_count": 3,
    "count": 3,
    "start_cursor": "ZGNfSzB1QWVl",
    "end_cursor": "ZGNfclhhdTZv"
  },
  "data": [
    {
      "id": "dc_5YGuMo"
    },
    {
      "id": "dc_5v3unr"
    },
    {
      "id": "dc_rXau6o"
    }
  ]
}

# Errors

Pipedream uses conventional HTTP response codes to indicate the success or failure of an API request. Codes in the 2xx range indicate success. Codes in the 4xx range indicate an error that failed (e.g., a required parameter was omitted). Codes in the 5xx range indicate an error with Pipedream’s server.

# Components

Components are objects that represent the code for an event source.

# Create a component


Before you can create a source using the REST API, you must first create a component - the code for the source.

This route returns the components id, code, configurable_props, and other metadata you'll need to deploy a source from this component.

# Endpoint

POST /components

# Parameters


component_code string (optional)

The full code for a Pipedream component.


component_url string (optional)

A reference to the URL where the component is hosted.

For example, to create an RSS component, pass https://github.com/PipedreamHQ/pipedream/blob/master/components/rss/sources/new-item-in-feed/new-item-in-feed.js.


One of component_code or component_url is required. If both are present, component_code is preferred and component_url will be used only as metadata to identify the location of the code.

# Example Request

Here's an example of how to create an RSS component from a Github URL:

curl https://api.pipedream.com/v1/components \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api_key>" \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
  -d '{"component_url": "https://github.com/PipedreamHQ/pipedream/blob/master/components/rss/sources/new-item-in-feed/new-item-in-feed.js"}'

# Example Response

{
  "data": {
    "id": "sc_JDi8EB",
    "code": "component code here",
    "code_hash": "685c7a680d055eaf505b08d5d814feef9fabd516d5960837d2e0838d3e1c9ed1",
    "name": "rss",
    "version": "0.0.1",
    "configurable_props": [
      {
        "name": "url",
        "type": "string",
        "label": "Feed URL",
        "description": "Enter the URL for any public RSS feed."
      },
      {
        "name": "timer",
        "type": "$.interface.timer",
        "default": {
          "intervalSeconds": 900
        }
      }
    ],
    "created_at": 1588866900,
    "updated_at": 1588866900
  }
}

# Get a component

Retrieve a component saved or published in your account using its saved component ID or key.

This endpoint returns the component's metadata and configurable props.

# Endpoint

GET /components/{key|id}

# Parameters


key string

The component key (identified by the key property within the component's source code) you'd like to fetch metadata for (example: my-component)

or

id string

The saved component ID you'd like to fetch metadata for (example: sc_JDi8EB)


# Example Request

curl https://api.pipedream.com/v1/components/my-component \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api_key>"

# Example Response

{
  "data": {
    "id": "sc_JDi8EB",
    "code": "component code here",
    "code_hash": "685c7a680d055eaf505b08d5d814feef9fabd516d5960837d2e0838d3e1c9ed1",
    "name": "rss",
    "version": "0.0.1",
    "configurable_props": [
      {
        "name": "url",
        "type": "string",
        "label": "Feed URL",
        "description": "Enter the URL for any public RSS feed."
      },
      {
        "name": "timer",
        "type": "$.interface.timer",
        "default": {
          "intervalSeconds": 900
        }
      }
    ],
    "created_at": 1588866900,
    "updated_at": 1588866900
  }
}

# Get a component from the global registry

Pipedream operates a global registry of all public components (for example, for apps like Github, Google Calendar, and more). This endpoint returns the same data as the endpoint for retrieving metadata on a component you own, but allows you to fetch data for any globally-published component.

# Endpoint

GET /components/registry/{key}

# Parameters


key string

The component key (identified by the key property within the component's source code) you'd like to fetch metadata for (example: my-component)


# Example Request

curl https://api.pipedream.com/v1/components/registry/github-new-repository \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api_key>"

# Example Response

{
  "data": {
    "id": "sc_JDi8EB",
    "code": "component code here",
    "code_hash": "685c7a680d055eaf505b08d5d814feef9fabd516d5960837d2e0838d3e1c9ed1",
    "name": "rss",
    "version": "0.0.1",
    "configurable_props": [
      {
        "name": "url",
        "type": "string",
        "label": "Feed URL",
        "description": "Enter the URL for any public RSS feed."
      },
      {
        "name": "timer",
        "type": "$.interface.timer",
        "default": {
          "intervalSeconds": 900
        }
      }
    ],
    "created_at": 1588866900,
    "updated_at": 1588866900
  }
}

# Events

# Get Source Events


Retrieve up to the last 100 events emitted by a source.

# Endpoint

GET /sources/{id}/event_summaries

# Notes and Examples

The event data for events larger than 1KB may get truncated in the response. If you're processing larger events, and need to see the full event data, pass ?expand=event:

GET /sources/{id}/event_summaries?expand=event

Pass ?limit=N to retrieve the last N events:

GET /sources/{id}/event_summaries?limit=10

# Delete source events


Deletes all events, or a specific set of events, tied to a source.

By default, making a DELETE request to this endpoint deletes all events associated with a source. To delete a specific event, or a range of events, you can use the start_id and end_id parameters.

These IDs can be retrieved by using the GET /sources/{id}/event_summaries endpoint, and are tied to the timestamp at which the event was emitted — e.g. 1589486981597-0. They are therefore naturally ordered by time.

# Endpoint

DELETE /sources/{id}/events

# Parameters


start_id string

The event ID from which you'd like to start deleting events.

If start_id is passed without end_id, the request will delete all events starting with and including this event ID. For example, if your source has 3 events:

  • 1589486981597-0
  • 1589486981598-0
  • 1589486981599-0

and you issue a DELETE request like so:

curl -X DELETE \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api key>" \
  "https://api.pipedream.com/v1/sources/dc_abc123/events?start_id=1589486981598-0"

The request will delete the last two events.


end_id string

The event ID from which you'd like to end the range of deletion.

If end_id is passed without start_id, the request will delete all events up to and including this event ID. For example, if your source has 3 events:

  • 1589486981597-0
  • 1589486981598-0
  • 1589486981599-0

and you issue a DELETE request like so:

curl -X DELETE \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api key>" \
  "https://api.pipedream.com/v1/sources/dc_abc123/events?end_id=1589486981598-0"

The request will delete the first two events.


# Example Request

You can delete a single event by passing its event ID in both the value of the start_id and end_id params:

curl -X DELETE \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api key>" \
  "https://api.pipedream.com/v1/sources/dc_abc123/events?start_id=1589486981598-0&end_id=1589486981598-0"

# Example Response

Deletion happens asynchronously, so you'll receive a 202 Accepted HTTP status code in response to any deletion requests.

# Organizations

Organizations provide your team a way to manage resources in a shared workspace. Any resources created by the org are owned by the org and accessible to its members.

# Get Org's Subscriptions


Retrieve all the subscriptions configured for a specific organization.

# Endpoint

GET /orgs/<org_id>/subscriptions

# Path Parameters

org_id string

Switch to your org's context and find your org's ID.

# Example Request

curl 'https://api.pipedream.com/v1/orgs/o_abc123/subscriptions' \
  -H 'Authorization: Bearer <api_key>'

# Example Response

{
  "data": [
    {
      "id": "sub_abc123",
      "emitter_id": "dc_abc123",
      "listener_id": "p_abc123",
      "event_name": ""
    },
    {
      "id": "sub_def456",
      "emitter_id": "dc_def456",
      "listener_id": "p_def456",
      "event_name": ""
    }
  ]
}

# Get Org's Sources


Retrieve all the event sources configured for a specific organization.

# Endpoint

GET /orgs/<org_id>/sources

# Path Parameters

org_id string

Switch to your org's context and find your org's ID.

# Example Request

curl 'https://api.pipedream.com/v1/orgs/o_abc123/sources' \
  -H 'Authorization: Bearer <api_key>'

# Example Response

{
  "page_info": {
    "total_count": 19,
    "count": 10,
    "start_cursor": "ZGNfSzB1QWVl",
    "end_cursor": "ZGNfeUx1alJx"
  },
  "data": [
    {
      "id": "dc_abc123",
      "component_id": "sc_def456",
      "configured_props": {
        "http": {
          "endpoint_url": "https://myendpoint.m.pipedream.net"
        }
      },
      "active": true,
      "created_at": 1587679599,
      "updated_at": 1587764467,
      "name": "test",
      "name_slug": "test"
    }
  ]
}

# Sources

Event sources run code to collect events from an API, or receive events via webhooks, emitting those events for use on Pipedream. Event sources can function as workflow triggers. Read more here.

# List Current User Sources


# Endpoint

GET /users/me/sources/

# Parameters

No parameters

# Example Request

curl 'https://api.pipedream.com/v1/users/me/sources' \
  -H 'Authorization: Bearer <api_key>'

# Example Response

{
  "page_info": {
    "total_count": 19,
    "count": 10,
    "start_cursor": "ZGNfSzB1QWVl",
    "end_cursor": "ZGNfeUx1alJx"
  },
  "data": [
    {
      "id": "dc_abc123",
      "component_id": "sc_def456",
      "configured_props": {
        "http": {
          "endpoint_url": "https://myendpoint.m.pipedream.net"
        }
      },
      "active": true,
      "created_at": 1587679599,
      "updated_at": 1587764467,
      "name": "test",
      "name_slug": "test"
    }
  ]
}

# Create a Source


# Endpoint

POST /sources/

# Parameters


component_id string (optional)

The ID of a component previously created in your account. See the component endpoints for information on how to retrieve this ID.


component_code string (optional)

The full code for a Pipedream component.


component_url string (optional)

A reference to the URL where the component is hosted.

For example, to create an RSS component, pass https://github.com/PipedreamHQ/pipedream/blob/master/components/rss/sources/new-item-in-feed/new-item-in-feed.js.


One of component_id, component_code, or component_url is required. If all are present, component_id is preferred and component_url will be used only as metadata to identify the location of the code.


name string (optional)

The name of the source.

If absent, this defaults to using the name slug of the component used to create the source.

# Example Request

curl https://api.pipedream.com/v1/sources \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api_key>" \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
  -d '{"component_url": "https://github.com/PipedreamHQ/pipedream/blob/master/components/rss/sources/new-item-in-feed/new-item-in-feed.js", "name": "your-name-here", "configured_props": { "url": "https://rss.m.pipedream.net", "timer": { "intervalSeconds": 60 }}}'

# Example Response

Example response from creating an RSS source that runs once a minute:

{
  "data": {
    "id": "dc_abc123",
    "user_id": "u_abc123",
    "component_id": "sc_abc123",
    "configured_props": {
      "url": "https://rss.m.pipedream.net",
      "timer": {
        "cron": null,
        "interval_seconds": 60
      }
    },
    "active": true,
    "created_at": 1589486978,
    "updated_at": 1589486978,
    "name": "your-name-here",
    "name_slug": "your-name-here"
  }
}

# Update a source


# Endpoint

PUT /sources/{id}

# Parameters


component_id string (optional)

The ID of a component previously created in your account. See the component endpoints for information on how to retrieve this ID.


component_code string (optional)

The full code for a Pipedream component.


component_url string (optional)

A reference to the URL where the component is hosted.

For example, to create an RSS component, pass https://github.com/PipedreamHQ/pipedream/blob/master/components/rss/sources/new-item-in-feed/new-item-in-feed.js.


One of component_id, component_code, or component_url is required. If all are present, component_id is preferred and component_url will be used only as metadata to identify the location of the code.


name string (optional)

The name of the source.

If absent, this defaults to using the name slug of the component used to create the source.


active boolean (optional)

The active state of a component. To disable a component, set to false. To enable a component, set to true.

Default: true.

# Delete a source


# Endpoint

DELETE /sources/{id}

# Subscriptions

# Listen for events from another source or workflow


You can configure a source, or a workflow, to receive events from any number of other workflows or sources. For example, if you want a single workflow to run on 10 different RSS sources, you can configure the workflow to listen for events from those 10 sources.

Currently, this feature is enabled only on the API. The Pipedream UI will not display the sources configured as listeners using this API.


# Endpoint

POST /subscriptions?emitter_id={emitting_component_id}&event_name={event_name}&listener_id={receiving_source_id}

# Parameters


emitter_id string

The ID of the workflow or component emitting events. Events from this component trigger the receiving component / workflow.

emitter_id also accepts glob patterns that allow you to subscribe to all workflows or components:

  • p_*: Listen to events from all workflows
  • dc_*: Listen to events from all event sources

See the component endpoints for information on how to retrieve the ID of existing components. You can retrieve the ID of your workflow in your workflow's URL - it's the string p_2gCPml in https://pipedream.com/@dylan/example-rss-sql-workflow-p_2gCPml/edit.


event_name string (optional)

The name of the event stream whose events you'd like to receive:

  • $errors: any errors thrown by workflows or sources are emitted to this stream
  • default: any events emitted by event sources (or from workflows, using $send.emit()) are included in this stream
  • $logs: any logs produced by event sources are emitted to this stream

listener_id string

The ID of the component or workflow you'd like to receive events.

See the component endpoints for information on how to retrieve the ID of existing components. You can retrieve the ID of your workflow in your workflow's URL - it's the string p_2gCPml in https://pipedream.com/@dylan/example-rss-sql-workflow-p_2gCPml/edit.


# Example Request

You can configure workflow p_abc123 to listen to events from the source dc_def456 using the following command:

curl "https://api.pipedream.com/v1/subscriptions?emitter_id=dc_def456&listener_id=p_abc123" \
  -X POST \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api_key>" \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json"

# Automatically subscribe a listener to events from new workflows / sources


You can use this endpoint to automatically receive events, like workflow errors, in another listening workflow or event source. Once you setup the auto-subscription, any new workflows or event sources you create will automatically deliver the specified events to the listener.

Note: this will configure subscriptions for new workflows and sources after the time you configure the subscription. To deliver events to your listener from existing workflows or sources, use the POST /subscriptions endpoint.

Currently, this feature is enabled only on the API. The Pipedream UI will not display the sources configured as listeners using this API.


# Endpoint

POST /auto_subscriptions?event_name={event_name}&listener_id={receiving_source_id}

# Parameters


event_name string

The name of the event stream whose events you'd like to receive:

  • $errors: any errors thrown by workflows or sources are emitted to this stream
  • default: any events emitted by event sources (or from workflows, using $send.emit()) are included in this stream
  • $logs: any logs produced by event sources are emitted to this stream

listener_id string

The ID of the component or workflow you'd like to receive events.

See the component endpoints for information on how to retrieve the ID of existing components. You can retrieve the ID of your workflow in your workflow's URL - it's the string p_2gCPml in https://pipedream.com/@dylan/example-rss-sql-workflow-p_2gCPml/edit.


# Example Request

You can configure workflow p_abc123 to listen to events from the source dc_def456 using the following command:

curl "https://api.pipedream.com/v1/auto_subscriptions?event_name=$errors&listener_id=p_abc123" \
  -X POST \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api_key>" \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json"

# Delete a subscription


Use this endpoint to delete an existing subscription. This endpoint accepts the same parameters as the POST /subscriptions endpoint for creating subscriptions.


# Endpoint

DELETE /subscriptions?emitter_id={emitting_component_id}&listener_id={receiving_source_id}&event_name={event_name}

# Parameters


emitter_id string

The ID of the workflow or component emitting events. Events from this component trigger the receiving component / workflow.

emitter_id also accepts glob patterns that allow you to subscribe to all workflows or components:

  • p_*: Listen to events from all workflows
  • dc_*: Listen to events from all event sources

See the component endpoints for information on how to retrieve the ID of existing components. You can retrieve the ID of your workflow in your workflow's URL - it's the string p_2gCPml in https://pipedream.com/@dylan/example-rss-sql-workflow-p_2gCPml/edit.


listener_id string

The ID of the component or workflow you'd like to receive events.

See the component endpoints for information on how to retrieve the ID of existing components. You can retrieve the ID of your workflow in your workflow's URL - it's the string p_2gCPml in https://pipedream.com/@dylan/example-rss-sql-workflow-p_2gCPml/edit.


event_name string

The name of the event stream tied to your subscription. If you didn't specify an event_name when creating your subscription, pass event_name=.

You'll find the event_name that's tied to your subscription when listing your subscriptions:

{
  "id": "sub_abc123",
  "emitter_id": "dc_abc123",
  "listener_id": "dc_def456",
  "event_name": "test"
},
{
  "id": "sub_def456",
  "emitter_id": "dc_abc123",
  "listener_id": "wh_abc123",
  "event_name": ""
}

# Example Request

You can delete a subscription you configured for workflow p_abc123 to listen to events from the source dc_def456 using the following command:

curl "https://api.pipedream.com/v1/subscriptions?emitter_id=dc_def456&listener_id=p_abc123" \
  -X DELETE \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api_key>" \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json"

# Webhooks

Pipedream supports webhooks as a way to deliver events to a endpoint you own. Webhooks are managed at an account-level, and you send data to these webhooks using subscriptions.

For example, you can run a Twitter event source that listens for new tweets. If you subscribe the webhook to this source, Pipedream will deliver those tweets directly to your webhook's URL without running a workflow.

See these tutorials for examples.

# Create a webhook

Creates a webhook pointing to a URL. Configure a subscription to deliver events to this webhook.

# Endpoint

POST /webhooks?url={your_endpoint_url}&name={name}&description={description}

# Parameters


url string

The endpoint URL where you'd like to deliver events. Any events sent to this webhook object will be delivered to this endpoint URL.

This URL must contain, at a minimum, a protocol — one of http or https — and hostname, but can specify resources or ports. For example, these URLs work:

https://example.com
http://example.com
https://example.com:12345/endpoint

but these do not:

# No protocol - needs http(s)://
example.com

# mysql protocol not supported. Must be an HTTP(S) endpoint
mysql://user:pass@host:port

name string

The name you'd like to assign to this webhook, which will appear when listing your webhooks.


description string

The description you'd like to assign to this webhook, which will appear when listing your webhooks.

# Example Request

You can create a webhook that delivers events to https://endpoint.m.pipedream.net using the following command:

curl "https://api.pipedream.com/v1/webhooks?url=https://endpoint.m.pipedream.net&name=name&description=description" \
  -X POST \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <api_key>" \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json"

# Example Response

Successful API responses contain a webhook ID for the webhook that was created in data.id — the string that starts with wh_ — which you can reference when creating subscriptions.

{
  "data": {
    "id": "wh_abc123",
    "user_id": "u_abc123",
    "name": null,
    "description": null,
    "url": "https://endpoint.m.pipedream.net",
    "active": true,
    "created_at": 1611964025,
    "updated_at": 1611964025
  }
}

# List webhooks

You can list webhooks you've created in your account using the /users/me/webhooks endpoint

# Workflows

# Get Workflow Emits


Retrieve up to the last 100 events emitted from a workflow using $send.emit().

# Endpoint

GET /workflows/{workflow_id}/event_summaries

# Notes and Examples

The event data for events larger than 1KB may get truncated in the response. If you're retrieving larger events, and need to see the full event data, pass ?expand=event:

GET /workflows/{workflow_id}/event_summaries&expand=event

Pass ?limit=N to retrieve the last N events:

GET /v1/workflows/{workflow_id}/event_summaries?expand=event&limit=1

# Example Request

curl 'https://api.pipedream.com/v1/workflows/p_abc123/event_summaries?expand=event&limit=1' \
  -H 'Authorization: Bearer <api_key>'

# Example Response

{
  "page_info": {
    "total_count": 1,
    "start_cursor": "1606511826306-0",
    "end_cursor": "1606511826306-0",
    "count": 1
  },
  "data": [
    {
      "id": "1606511826306-0",
      "indexed_at_ms": 1606511826306,
      "event": {
        "raw_event": {
          "name": "Luke",
          "title": "Jedi"
        }
      },
      "metadata": {
        "emit_id": "1ktF96gAMsLqdYSRWYL9KFS5QqW",
        "name": "",
        "emitter_id": "p_abc123"
      }
    }
  ]
}

# Get Workflow Errors


Retrieve up to the last 100 events for a workflow that threw an error. The details of the error, along with the original event data, will be included

# Endpoint

GET /workflows/{workflow_id}/$errors/event_summaries

# Notes and Examples

The event data for events larger than 1KB may get truncated in the response. If you're processing larger events, and need to see the full event data, pass ?expand=event:

GET /workflows/{workflow_id}/$errors/event_summaries&expand=event

Pass ?limit=N to retrieve the last N events:

GET /v1/workflows/{workflow_id}/$errors/event_summaries?expand=event&limit=1

# Example Request

curl 'https://api.pipedream.com/v1/workflows/p_abc123/$errors/event_summaries?expand=event&limit=1' \
  -H 'Authorization: Bearer <api_key>'

# Example Response

{
  "page_info": {
    "total_count": 100,
    "start_cursor": "1606370816223-0",
    "end_cursor": "1606370816223-0",
    "count": 1
  },
  "data": [
    {
      "id": "1606370816223-0",
      "indexed_at_ms": 1606370816223,
      "event": {
        "original_event": {
          "name": "Luke",
          "title": "Jedi"
        },
        "original_context": {
          "id": "1kodJIW7jVnKfvB2yp1OoPrtbFk",
          "ts": "2020-11-26T06:06:44.652Z",
          "workflow_id": "p_abc123",
          "deployment_id": "d_abc123",
          "source_type": "SDK",
          "verified": false,
          "owner_id": "u_abc123",
          "platform_version": "3.1.20"
        },
        "error": {
          "code": "InternalFailure",
          "cellId": "c_abc123",
          "ts": "2020-11-26T06:06:56.077Z",
          "stack": "    at Request.extractError ..."
      },
      "metadata": {
        "emitter_id": "p_abc123",
        "emit_id": "1kodKnAdWGeJyhqYbqyW6lEXVAo",
        "name": "$errors"
      }
    }
  ]
}

# Users

# Get Current User Info


Retrieve information on the authenticated user.

# Endpoint

GET /users/me

# Parameters

No parameters

# Example Request

curl 'https://api.pipedream.com/v1/users/me' \
  -H 'Authorization: Bearer <api_key>'

# Example Response

Free user:

{
  "data": {
    "id": "u_abc123",
    "username": "dylburger",
    "email": "dylan@pipedream.com",
    "orgs": [
      {
        "name": "MyTestOrg",
        "id": "o_abc123",
        "orgname": "mytestorg",
        "email": "test@pipedream.com"
      }
    ],
    "daily_compute_time_quota": 95400000,
    "daily_compute_time_used": 8420300,
    "daily_invocations_quota": 27344,
    "daily_invocations_used": 24903
  }
}

Paid user:

{
  "data": {
    "id": "u_abc123",
    "username": "dylburger",
    "email": "dylan@pipedream.com",
    "billing_period_start_ts": 1610154978,
    "billing_period_end_ts": 1612833378,
    "billing_period_invocations": 12345
  }
}

# Get Current User's Subscriptions


Retrieve all the subscriptions configured for the authenticated user.

# Endpoint

GET /users/me/subscriptions

# Parameters

No parameters

# Example Request

curl 'https://api.pipedream.com/v1/users/me/subscriptions' \
  -H 'Authorization: Bearer <api_key>'

# Example Response

{
  "data": [
    {
      "id": "sub_abc123",
      "emitter_id": "dc_abc123",
      "listener_id": "p_abc123",
      "event_name": ""
    },
    {
      "id": "sub_def456",
      "emitter_id": "dc_def456",
      "listener_id": "p_def456",
      "event_name": ""
    }
  ]
}

# Get Current User's Webhooks


Retrieve all the webhooks configured for the authenticated user.

# Endpoint

GET /users/me/webhooks

# Parameters

No parameters

# Example Request

curl 'https://api.pipedream.com/v1/users/me/webhooks' \
  -H 'Authorization: Bearer <api_key>'

# Example Response

{
  "page_info": {
    "total_count": 2,
    "count": 2,
    "start_cursor": "d2hfMjlsdUd6",
    "end_cursor": "d2hfb3dHdWVv"
  },
  "data": [
    {
      "id": "wh_abc123",
      "name": null,
      "description": null,
      "url": "https://endpoint.m.pipedream.net",
      "active": true,
      "created_at": 1611964025,
      "updated_at": 1611964025
    },
    {
      "id": "wh_def456",
      "name": "Test webhook",
      "description": "just a test",
      "url": "https://endpoint2.m.pipedream.net",
      "active": true,
      "created_at": 1605835136,
      "updated_at": 1605835136
    }
  ]
}

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