Fieldbook API docs
The Fieldbook API lets you read and write records in your books. Each book has its own API, based on the structure of that book.
Use the Fieldbook API to...
Store content or configuration for your app: Create a Fieldbook to hold app configuration or content, in lieu of a custom admin interface. Then read it through the Fieldbook API from your production app.
Prototype and demo: Use Fieldbook as a quick back end for prototyping workflows and client apps.
Glue together systems and processes: Dump structured output from one program, review and revise the results by hand, then feed it into the next stage of the process.
- Quick start
- Metadata API
- Snapshot format (JSON)
- Node: fieldbook-client
Unofficial client projects:
- node-fieldbook, a Node client contributed by @connormckelvey
- fieldbook-sharp, a C#/.NET client from @dvdsgl
- fieldbook-apy, a very basic Python 3 client from @cgm616
- fieldbook-py, another basic Python 3 client available on pypi from @mattstibbs
- node-fieldbook-promise, a promise-based Node client from @thetmkay
- Fieldbook-SwiftSDK, a Swift SDK for iOS from @chrismash
- phieldbook, a PHP client from @Joeventures
- django-fieldbook, a Django client from @bsab based on fieldbook-py
- go-fieldbook, a Go client from @trexart
- AlanKitap, a PHP client from Coel May
- highlight-fieldbook-extension, a Chrome extension for saving links and web clippings to a Fieldbook, by @thetmkay
- fieldbook-cli, a command-line interface for your Fieldbook data from @fiatjaf
- fieldbook-download, a helper that downloads all sheets and images in a Fieldbook, by @hay
- fieldbookforgravityforms, an add-on for the Gravity Forms WordPress plugin that sends form submissions to Fieldbook sheets, by @Joeventures