API
This is our application programming interface (API).
Do you prefer to integrate the locize api on your own?
No problem! If you want to make a low level integration or just did not found an appropriate client library here you find our simple api description or you can access API via:

The most important feature first!
It's a simple HTTP GET request with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}

$ curl -X GET https://api.locize.app/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/production/en/landingpage
# will return something like:
# {
# "Average App": "Average App",
# "Benefits": "Benefits",
# "Blog": "Blog",
# ...
# "privacy policy": "privacy policy",
# "terms of service": "terms of service"
# }
(You can find your projectId in your project settings under the API Tab.)
Each of these requests counts as download for your next invoice.

Some projects have a higher demand for privacy. To accomplish this, you can set your versions to publish in private mode which means you will need an API key to fetch your namespace resources.
It's a simple HTTP GET request with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/private/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}

$ curl -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/private/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/production/en/landingpage
# will return something like:
# {
# "Average App": "Average App",
# "Benefits": "Benefits",
# "Blog": "Blog",
# ...
# "privacy policy": "privacy policy",
# "terms of service": "terms of service"
# }
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)
Each of these requests counts as private download for your next invoice.

You have the possibility to ask locize which languages are available for a particular project. That way you can have a dynamic language selector.
It's an even simpler HTTP GET request with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/languages/{projectId}

$ curl -X GET https://api.locize.app/languages/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2
# will return something like:
# {
# "en": {
# "name": "English",
# "nativeName": "English",
# "isReferenceLanguage": true,
# "translated": {
# "latest": 1,
# "production": 1
# }
# },
# "de-CH": {
# "name": "German",
# "nativeName": "Deutsch",
# "region": "CH",
# "isReferenceLanguage": false,
# "translated": {
# "latest": 1,
# "production": 0.521
# }
# },
# "it": {
# "name": "Italian",
# "nativeName": "Italiano",
# "isReferenceLanguage": false,
# "translated": {
# "latest": 1,
# "production": 1
# }
# },
# ...
# }
Advice:
  • This request has a minimum cache duration of 1 hour.
(You can find your projectId in your project settings under the API Tab.)

You can say to locize that some translations are missing. For example this is very useful in development. This will not replace an existing translation.
This is a little bit more advanced. It's a HTTP POST request with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/missing/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}

$ body=$(cat << EOF
{
"new.key": "default value",
"another.new.key": "another default value"
}
EOF
)
$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" -d $body https://api.locize.app/missing/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/landingpage

In case you want to also save a context information for a specific translation, you can define a nested object like this:
$ body=$(cat << EOF
{
"new.key": {
"value: "default value",
"context": {
"text: "description for this key"
}
},
"another.new.key": "another default value"
}
EOF
)
$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" -d $body https://api.locize.app/missing/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/landingpage

In case you want to also save tags for a specific translation, you can define a nested object like this:
$ body=$(cat << EOF
{
"new.key": {
"value: "default value",
"tags": [
true,
false
]
},
"another.new.key": "another default value"
}
EOF
)
$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" -d $body https://api.locize.app/missing/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/landingpage

  • Translations not defined in your reference language will not be shown in the locize app.
  • You should post missing translation to the reference language first!
  • If you send more than 1000 keys, you have to page your request. This means you have to create multiple requests and send a maximum of 1000 keys per request.
  • If you get a 412 status code, this means it was an unnecessary request and nothing was missing. If the publishing mode for the requested version is set to manual, you may want to set it to auto publish.
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)
You should not use this endpoint in production. Read this guide before you're going to production.

You can say to locize which translations are used. Locize will then remember at which time the translations have been last used. For example this is very useful in development. For example during an e2e test you can spot which translations are probably not used anymore.
This is also a HTTP POST request, with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/used/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}

$ body=$(cat << EOF
[
"new.key",
"another.new.key"
]
EOF
)
$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" -d $body https://api.locize.app/used/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/landingpage

  • If you send more than 1000 keys, you have to page your request. This means you have to create multiple requests and send a maximum of 1000 keys per request.
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)
You should not use this endpoint in production. Read this guide before you're going to production.

You can say to locize that some translations should be updated or deleted. For example this is very useful for an integration from an other already existing system to slowly transition the translations to locize.
This is also a little bit more advanced. It's a HTTP POST request with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/update/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}
To completely replace a namespace set the query parameter replace to true. This will remove all the keys in that namespace that are not included in your body. If you have more than 1000 keys in a namespace, we do consider not to use the replace parameter, this will probably delete more keys than you want to.

$ body=$(cat << EOF
{
"new.key": "default value",
"another.existing.key": "another changed value",
"a.key.to.delete": null
}
EOF
)
$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" -d $body https://api.locize.app/update/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/landingpage
$ # or:
$ # curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" -d $body https://api.locize.app/update/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/landingpage?replace=true

In case you want to also save a context information for a specific translation, you can define a nested object like this:
$ body=$(cat << EOF
{
"new.key": {
"value": "default value",
"context": {
"text": "description for this key"
}
},
"another.existing.key": "another changed value",
"a.key.to.delete": null
}
EOF
)
$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" -d $body https://api.locize.app/missing/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/landingpage

In case you want to also save tags for a specific translation, you can define a nested object like this:
$ body=$(cat << EOF
{
"new.key": {
"value: "default value",
"tags": [
true,
false
]
},
"another.new.key": "another default value"
}
EOF
)
$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" -d $body https://api.locize.app/update/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/landingpage

  • Translations not defined in your reference language will not be shown in the locize app.
  • You should post translation to the reference language first!
  • If you send more than 1000 keys, you have to page your request. This means you have to create multiple requests and send a maximum of 1000 keys per request. If this is the case, please do not use the replace query parameter.
  • Do NOT create a single request per individual key, but include up to 1000 keys in a single request.
  • If you get a 429 status code, this means you are sending too many requests for the same namespace and should slow down to send requests and/or make sure you're NOT creating a single request per key.
  • If you get a 412 status code, this means it was an unnecessary request and nothing did change. If the publishing mode for the requested version is set to manual, you may want to set it to auto publish.
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)
You should not use this endpoint in production. Read this guide before you're going to production.

If you need an overview of all published translation files of your project, you can do this with a simple HTTP GET request with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/download/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}
{namespace}, {language} and {version} are optional and are used as filter.

$ curl -X GET https://api.locize.app/download/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2
# will return something like:
# [
# {
# "url": "https://api.locize.app/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/de/common",
# "key": "3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/de/common",
# "size": 42,
# "lastModified": "2017-11-23T19:39:16.000Z"
# },
# {
# url: "https://api.locize.app/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/de/landingpage",
# key: "3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/de/landingpage",
# "size": 21,
# "lastModified": "2017-11-23T18:39:16.000Z"
# },
# {
# url: "https://api.locize.app/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/common",
# key: "3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/common",
# "size": 103,
# "lastModified": "2017-11-23T19:37:16.000Z"
# },
# {
# url: "https://api.locize.app/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/common",
# key: "3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/common",
# "size": 12,
# "lastModified": "2017-11-23T19:29:16.000Z"
# },
# ...
# {
# url: "https://api.locize.app/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/production/en/common",
# key: "3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/production/en/common",
# "size": 236,
# "lastModified": "2017-11-24T19:39:16.000Z"
# },
# {
# url: "https://api.locize.app/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/production/en/common",
# key: "3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/production/en/common",
# "size": 417,
# "lastModified": "2017-11-23T13:39:16.000Z"
# }
# ]

  • By providing the appropriate API key as bearer token you can also retrieve information about your private namespace resources. (if using the private publishing feature)

$ curl -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/download/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2
# will return something like:
# [
# {
# "url": "https://api.locize.app/private/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/de/common",
# "key": "private/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/de/common",
# "size": 42,
# "lastModified": "2017-11-23T19:39:16.000Z",
# "isPrivate": true
# },
# ...
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)
You should not use this endpoint in production. If you need to know the lastModified timestamp of a specific namespace, you should parse the last-modified header in the Fetch namespace resources response.

Sometimes in your localization process you want to know which are the translations that are approved by your reviewer. Assuming you have defined some tags to mark translations as approved, with this api you're able to filter by these tags.
This is pretty easy. It's a simple HTTP GET request with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/pull/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}
with positive tags filter: https://api.locize.app/pull/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}?tags=[0,2] (you need to pass the tag index)
in combination with a negative tags filter: https://api.locize.app/pull/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}?tags=[0,2]&!tags=[1]
Another use case could be to track the amount of words changed during a time period. To do this, you can pull the translations at period 1, save this state and the current timestamp and later at period 2 you can pull again with an additional filter.
i.e. get all translations updated after 2017-12-06T19:42:18.139Z (UTC): https://api.locize.app/pull/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}?updatedAt=>1512589338139 (number of milliseconds since 1970/01/01)
i.e. get all translations updated before 2017-12-06T19:42:18.139Z (UTC): https://api.locize.app/pull/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}?updatedAt=<1512589338139
Additionally another use case could be to remove unused translations. (This is only possible if you make use of the Used translations endpoint) To do this, you can pull the translations with an additional filter.
i.e. get all translations used after 2017-12-06T19:42:18.139Z (UTC): https://api.locize.app/pull/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}?lastUsed=>1512589338139 (number of milliseconds since 1970/01/01)
i.e. get all translations used before 2017-12-06T19:42:18.139Z (UTC): https://api.locize.app/pull/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}?lastUsed=<1512589338139

$ curl -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/pull/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/landingpage
# will return something like:
# {
# "Average App": "Average App",
# "Benefits": "Benefits",
# "Blog": "Blog",
# ...
# "privacy policy": "privacy policy",
# "terms of service": "terms of service"
# }
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)
There is also an option to ask for more segment information with the query parameter raw=true

$ curl -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/pull/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/landingpage?raw=true
# will return something like:
# {
# "Average App": {
# "value": "Average App",
# "tags": [
# null,
# true
# ],
# "context": {
# "text": "This text is placed..."
# },
# "updatedAt": 1610004393330
# },
# ...
# }
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)
You should not use this endpoint in production. To fetch the translation in production, please use the Fetch namespaces resources endpoint.
Each of these requests counts as private download for your next invoice.

You may have defined some tags to mark translations as approved, etc. With this api you're able to fetch these tags.
A very simple HTTP GET request with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/tags/{projectId}

$ curl -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/tags/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2
# will return something like:
# [
# "translated",
# "reviewed",
# "approved"
# ]
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)

If you are using multiple versions of your translations you can ask locize to copy (replace) all translations from one version to the other. For example this is very useful when you release your translation files from one version to the other via your custom tooling. It's the same behavior like Overwriting via the UI.
This is easy. It's a HTTP POST request without body with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/copy/{projectId}/version/{fromVersion}/{toVersion}

$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/copy/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/version/latest/production
Hint:
  • The response body contains a jobId, which you can use to check if asynchronous action has been completed with the Get async job endpoint.
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab. Keep in mind to use the API Key for {toVersion})

For a more granular copy action, you can ask locize to copy (replace) all translations from one version to the other for a particular language.
Another HTTP POST request without body with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/copy/{projectId}/version/{fromVersion}/{toVersion}/{language}

$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/copy/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/version/latest/production/en
Hint:
  • The response body contains a jobId, which you can use to check if asynchronous action has been completed with the Get async job endpoint.
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab. Keep in mind to use the API Key for {toVersion})

If you want to fully automate your CI/CD pipeline by publishing a version exactly at the same time when you deploy a new version of your product this api call is exactly what you are looking for.
This is very easy. It's a HTTP POST request without body with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/publish/{projectId}/{version}

$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/publish/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/production
Hint:
  • The response body contains a jobId, which you can use to check if asynchronous action has been completed with the Get async job endpoint.
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab. Keep in mind to use the API Key for the correct {version})

To wait for an async action (i.e. copy, copy language, publish) to be completed, you can make use this endpoint.
It's a simple HTTP GET request without body with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/jobs/{projectId}/{jobId}
Pull this endpoint with an interval of at least 2 seconds until no job object is returned anymore. The job is done as soon as no job object is returned with a 404 HTTP status code.

$ curl -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/jobs/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/410aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb5
$ # {"projectId":"3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2","jobId":"0bb35e4a-8f16-4997-866a-1332a59825e0","event":"saveVersionRequested","startedAt":1525094049152}
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)
Sometimes you want to automate even more. I.e if you want to create your own translation management ui. The following endpoints are probably what you are looking for.

https://api.locize.app/create/{projectId}/{version}/{language}/{namespace}
A body containing initial values is optional.

$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/create/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/en/landingpage
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)

https://api.locize.app/rename/{projectId}/{version}/{fromNamespace}/{toNamespace}

$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/rename/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/landingpage/landingpagenew
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)

https://api.locize.app/delete/{projectId}/{version}/{namespace}

$ curl -X DELETE -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/delete/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/latest/landingpage
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)

This is the same as adding a new language via UI.
https://api.locize.app/language/{projectId}/{language}

$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/language/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/en
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)

https://api.locize.app/language/{projectId}/{language}

$ curl -X DELETE -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/language/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/en
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)

This is the same as adding a new version via UI.
https://api.locize.app/version/{projectId}/{version}

$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/version/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/v0.9.6
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)

https://api.locize.app/invite/{projectId}
The body contains
  • email the user's email address
  • role can be "user" or "publisher" or "admin" (default: "user")
  • scope is an object describing a scope restriction (default: empty arrays for languages and versions)
To skip sending the email automatically set the query parameter send to false. This will not send any email. This way you can send the invitation mail by your own, if you want to.

$ body=$(cat << EOF
{
"email": "[email protected]",
"role": "user",
"scope": {
"languages": ["en","de"],
"versions": ["latest","preprod"]
}
}
EOF
)
$ curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" -d $body https://api.locize.app/invite/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2
$ # or:
$ # curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" -d $body https://api.locize.app/invite/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2?send=false
# will return something like:
# {
# "code": "LL4mHDzyxKn4cKYP",
# "role": "user",
# "email": "[email protected]",
# "scope": {
# "languages":["en","de"],
# "versions":["latest","preprod"]
# },
# "link": "https://www.locize.app/register?invitation=LL4mHDzyxKn4cKYP"
# }
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)

For example when you want to build your own translation management ui, this endpoint will be very useful if you want to display the project's users.
Just a HTTP GET request with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/users/{projectId}

$ curl -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/users/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2
# will return something like:
# [
# {
# "id":"ba175147-c7a3-45d2-9b24-739ae2ed948c",
# "firstname": "George",
# "lastname": "Winston",
# "username": "gg.win",
# "email": "[email protected]",
# "role": "user",
# "scope": {
# "languages": ["en","de"],
# "versions": ["latest","preprod"]
# }
# }
# ...
# ]
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)

Do you want to show some cool overview images like this:
You can access the same data we use on the locize UI also for your own ui.
Simply make a HTTP GET request with this url pattern:
https://api.locize.app/stats/project/{projectId}

$ curl -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/stats/project/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2
# will return something like:
# {
# "latest":{
# "en":{
# "ns1":{
# "translated":1,
# "untranslated":0,
# "ordered":0,
# "segmentsTranslated":10,
# "segmentsTotal":10
# },
# "anotherNamespace":{
# "translated":1,
# "untranslated":0,
# "ordered":0,
# "segmentsTranslated":1,
# "segmentsTotal":1
# }
# },
# "de":{
# "ns1":{
# "translated":0.7,
# "untranslated":0.3,
# "ordered":0,
# "segmentsTranslated":7,
# "segmentsTotal":10
# },
# "anotherNamespace":{
# "translated":1,
# "untranslated":0,
# "ordered":0,
# "segmentsTranslated":1,
# "segmentsTotal":1
# }
# }
# },
# "prod":{
# "en":{
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# "untranslated":0,
# "ordered":0,
# "segmentsTranslated":5,
# "segmentsTotal":5
# },
# "anotherNamespace":{
# "translated":1,
# "untranslated":0,
# "ordered":0,
# "segmentsTranslated":1,
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# "de":{
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(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)

There are some nice statistics for users too:
Another HTTP GET request with this url pattern:
for a specific user: https://api.locize.app/stats/user/{projectId}/{userId} https://api.locize.app/stats/user/{projectId}/{userId}?year=2019
or for all users: https://api.locize.app/stats/users/{projectId} https://api.locize.app/stats/users/{projectId}?year=2019
To retrieve an other year than the current one set the query parameter year with the appropriate value.

$ curl -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/stats/user/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2/ba175147-c7a3-45d2-9b24-739ae2ed948c
# will return something like:
# {
# "userId":"ba175147-c7a3-45d2-9b24-739ae2ed948c",
# "year":2019,
# "words":{ // amount of words saved per month
# "0":23,
# "1":54,
# "2":16,
# ...
# },
# "modifications":{ // amount of modifications per month
# "0":2,
# "1":6,
# "2":1,
# ...
# },
# "tagsSet":{ // amount of tags set per month by tag index
# "0":{
# "2":12,
# "4":7
# },
# "1":{
# "2":5,
# "4":18,
# "5":21
# },
# "2":{
# "4":1,
# "5":24
# }
# ...
# },
# "tagsUnset":{ // amount of tags unset per month by tag index
# "0":{
# "0":2,
# "1":7
# },
# "1":{
# "0":5,
# "1":18,
# "2":49
# },
# "2":{
# "1":10,
# "2":34
# }
# ...
# }
# "updatedAt":1514926256221,
# }
$ curl -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization: Bearer <API_KEY>" https://api.locize.app/stats/users/3d0aa5aa-4660-4154-b6d9-907dbef10bb2
# [
# {
# "userId":"ba175147-c7a3-45d2-9b24-739ae2ed948c",
# "year":2019,
# "words":{ // amount of words saved per month
# "0":23,
# "1":54,
# "2":16,
# ...
# }
# "modifications":{ // amount of modifications per month
# "0":2,
# "1":6,
# "2":1,
# ...
# },
# "tagsSet":{ // amount of tags set per month by tag index
# "0":{
# "2":12,
# "4":7
# },
# "1":{
# "2":5,
# "4":18,
# "5":21
# },
# "2":{
# "4":1,
# "5":24
# }
# ...
# },
# "tagsUnset":{ // amount of tags unset per month by tag index
# "0":{
# "0":2,
# "1":7
# },
# "1":{
# "0":5,
# "1":18,
# "2":49
# },
# "2":{
# "1":10,
# "2":34
# }
# ...
# }
# "updatedAt":1514926256221,
# },
# ...
# ]
(You can find your projectId and API Key in your project settings under the API Tab.)
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