API requests are the foundation of exchanging data via Redox. Explore this section to find out how to initiate and process requests to get started with Redox. Also, learn about the difference between asynchronous and synchronous requests and how to handle responses for each.

For security-related details around requests, check out how we handle rate limiting.

Lastly, our job is to make sure the data you send reaches your connection and that your connection's data reaches you. You're responsible for managing errors in your configuration with Redox, but we're here if you need help. And if we identify errors on your connection's side of your integration, we work to resolve those issues, even though you aren't programmatically notified of all issues. We continuously monitor Redox end-to-end using Pagerduty, as well as backup services, to instantly notify our engineers when errors occur. So we mean it when we say that we're here to help you exchange data successfully, regardless of whether there are hiccups along the way.