Developers can use Zipwhip’s APIs and Extensibility Tools to text enable existing business phone numbers, send and receive text messages and integrate texting into their CRM or workflow app. This site provides documentation, tutorials, sample code and resources for developers integrating with Zipwhip's APIs and Extensisbility Tools. You'll find links to topics in the left sidebar and a description of each below.
Zipwhip API references are available in Postman format.
|SMS API||Messaging APIs for sending/receiving text messages on a Zipwhip text-enabled landline or toll-free number. Includes support for authentication; sending and receiving SMS and MMS messages; and storing and retrieving contacts.|
|Webhooks API||Zipwhip uses webhooks to push real-time server-to-server notifications of incoming and outgoing messages and other state changes occurring in your account. You must provide a public facing url to receive webhook alerts.|
|Provisioning API||Provisioning APIs are used to text-enable landline and toll-free phone numbers. This API is only available to Commercial API partners and requires an API Key to access the APIs. Contact us if you are interested in using this API.|
If you're new to Zipwhip, we suggest starting with the tutorials in the following order:
|Authentication||How to authenticate with Zipwhip and obtain a session key.|
|Sending Messages||How to send a text message using the Zipwhip Message Send API.|
|Saving Contacts||How to save a contact in Zipwhip using the Zipwhip Contact Save API.|
|Deep Links||How to generate a link that opens a text message in Zipwhip.|
|Texting Widget||How to add a text messaging Widget to your CRM.|
|CRM Demo||How to send individual and group text messages from a CRM.|
|Automation Demo||How to send automated text messages from a CRM.|
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