PHPUnit initiative

Everything is being coordinated in #2807237: PHPUnit initiative, see the issue summary for details.

SMS Framework for Drupal 6

The Drupal 6 version of SMS Framework is now deprecated. It will no longer receive maintenance.

API Overview

The API that the JSON API module makes available is centered around the Drupal's entity types and bundles. Every bundle receives its own, unique URL path, which all follow a shared pattern. Unlike the Drupal Core REST module, these paths are not configurable and are all enabled by default. Unlike core REST the JSON API is not simply a format like JSON or HAL+JSON. It encompasses a much broader set of rules about how your API will work.

Collections (filtering, sorting, and paginating)

When requesting a collection you'll eventually want to filter or sort the output as well as adding some pagination. This is possible pretty much out of the box by the jsonapi module. On this page we'll provide some examples on the filtering syntax and how to use the sorting and pagination in your projects.

Core Concepts

JSON API has many concepts in the specification, not all of which are documented here. However, users of the module do not need to completely understand all of the concepts of the specification to become productive with this module. If you would like to go deeper into how JSON API's documents are structured, why the module does something in one way or another, or just would like to learn more about the module's design, readers are encouraged to read the specification on jsonapi.org.

JSON API

The JSON API module is a fully compliant implementation of the JSON API Specification.

In its own words, the JSON API specification is:

[A] specification for how a client should request that resources be fetched or modified, and how a server should respond to those requests.

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