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Drillster's API

Drillster's API

This is a list of questions about the use of the Drillster API.

Does Drillster have an API?

Yes, Drillster has a public API. For more information about our API, please see the below questions, our API documentation or contact us at support@drillster.com.

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Can anyone use Drillster's API?

Yes, the API may be used by anyone, as long the user agreement is adhered to.

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What functionality does Drillster's API offer?

The API can be used to automate the creation of drills, tests, setting up of users, groups, learning objectives. The API can also be used to feed practice results and aggregated data to external systems. It is possible to create your own practice screens that use Drillster's smart learning algorithm by using the API. See also the technical documentation of the API. For questions about the various uses of the API you can always get in touch with us at info@drillster.com.

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Can I use the Drillster API for commercial purposes?

Yes, the API may certainly be used for commercial purposes. Some specific functionalities, such as the ability to sell drills in the Drill Store, adding users to groups, tracking the progress of group members and setting learning objectives require a premium account or a license. This extends to the API as well.

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What are the restrictions for commercial use of the Drillster API?

Some specific functionalities, such as the ability to sell drills in the Drill Store, adding users to groups, tracking the progress of group members and setting learning objectives require a premium account or a license. This extends to the API as well.

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How can I turn my Drillster app into an ‘official’ app?

An official API app is endorsed by Drillster. If you like your app to be listed as official, please contact support@drillster.com with your request.

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Can I create new user accounts through the API?

Yes, the API can also be used to create new accounts. Please see the API documentation.

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My app is listed as ‘experimental’. What does that mean?

An app that is listed as ‘experimental’ has not been seen or vetted by Drillster and is therefore not endorsed. Use at your own risk.

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