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Account information API
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The NodeHost Storage Platform is a new system for hosting and serving files on any site. Files are uploaded and encoded into a database storage system so are not saved as files on disk to keep access to the files as fast as it can be. The platform is made for site resource sharing. Designed for developers sharing JS or CSS files and other resources with many sites they manage. Quick jump to call
Containers are how you host websites on NodeHost, this is our main service. The container locations range from n5 to n12 at this current time, and the site sizes are listed below. Normal Plans normal_s2_v0 (350MB Disk) - Teachers and students only normal_s2_v1 (2GB Disk) - All users normal_s2_v2 (4GB Disk) - All users normal_s2_v3 (6GB Disk) - All users normal_s2_v4 (8GB Disk) - All users normal_s2_v5 (16GB Disk) - All users normal_s2_v6 (24GB Disk) - All users normal_s2_v7
Getting started with the API
NodeHost is a large scale hosting provider, and we have an open no limit API that any developer with an API key can use, you can provide the API key in the URL variable api_key or as an Authorization header. We split requests into GET and POST requests, but unless required for a resource to be uploaded all POST requests can be made as a standard GET request. Example error response Request ``curl --location --request GET 'https://api.nodehost.cloud/get_account_info'
Making an API call with different languages
You can expand and use the authorization header but as we use URL variables for all parameters you can just use API key and more within the URL parameters. For example you can use this example below to both supply the API key and info. CURL GO Native