HubSpot API reference documentation
HubSpot’s developer platform is a core part of our mission to empower organizations to grow better. Our APIs are designed to enable teams of any shape or size to build robust integrations that help them customize and get the most value out of HubSpot.
All HubSpot APIs are built using REST conventions and designed to have a predictable URL structure. They use many standard HTTP features, including methods (
DELETE) and error response codes. All HubSpot API calls are made under https://api.hubapi.com and all responses return standard JSON.
There are several ways to build integrations with HubSpot:
- To build an internal integration for an individual HubSpot account (e.g., you want to build an app that can access and edit only authorized parts of your account to share or integrate with other parts of your organization), create a private app.
- If you're looking to create a public app that can be installed across multiple HubSpot accounts, you should create a developer account. There are several reasons for this: A developer account is where you create HubSpot apps, each authenticated with OAuth and provided with a configurable set of features and permissions. You can also use your developer account to create test accounts, monitor app status and performance, or publish apps to the HubSpot App Marketplace.
Learn more about the different types of apps and account types in this article.
Client libraries are designed to help you interact with the HubSpot APIs with less friction. They are written in several different languages and help bridge the gap between your application and HubSpot’s APIs. They take away the need to know the exact URL and HTTP method to use for each API call among other things leaving you more time to focus on making your application. Learn more about our client libraries here
HubSpot’s API documentation is split into two sections: reference docs and integration guides.
All API reference docs include an overview section and an endpoint section. The API overview includes a brief summary of its functionality, use cases, and any special considerations for creating an integration. The endpoints section lists each endpoint, its parameters, and request examples in multiple languages.
Once you’ve configured your app’s auth settings in your developer account, you can use Postman or make test calls right from an endpoint reference page.
If you want to learn the fundamentals of HubSpot’s platform or see an example before making your first API call, you can find sample apps and tutorials as well as detailed information about developer accounts, working with OAuth, API rate limits, and more in our Integration Guides section.
When you’re ready to share your app with the world and become an app partner, read our listing and certification requirements. After that, you can create and manage your App Marketplace listing right from your developer account.
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