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An alternative to the JS SDK to connect to your backend is through the REST API.

The slug of the entity is by default the plural dasherized name of the entity, but you can change it in the params

All entities start with the api/dynamic prefix. Ex: http://localhost:1111/api/dynamic/cats

GET /slug

Gets a list of items from an entity.


You can filter by property to refine the list of items. Use suffix to pass logic to it:

_gtgreater thanbirthdate_gt=2020-01-01
_gtegreater than or equalage_gte=4
_ltless thanamount_lt=400
_lteless than or equalamount_lte=400
_inincluded incustomer_in=1,2,3

By default the results are ordered by id in a DESC order and thus shows the new ones first.


Load relations

You can specify the relations you want to load. Eager relationships are loaded by default.

// Loads cats and their owners.
GET http://localhost:1111/api/dynamic/cats?relations=owner

// Coma-separated relations.
GET http://localhost:1111/api/dynamic/invoices?relation=project,customer

// Nested relations.
GET http://localhost:111/api/dynamic/city?relations=region,

Filter by relations

Once the relation is loaded, you can also filter by its properties using the same filters suffixes:

GET http://localhost:1111/api/dynamic/cats?relations=owner&owner.id_eq=1
GET http://localhost:1111/api/dynamic/cats?relations=owner&owner.name_eq=Jorge


All list requests are paginated by default. Just use the page parameter to chose your page and the perPage param if you want to change the number of items per page.

// Response format.
data: [{...}, {...}],
currentPage: 1,
lastPage: 10,
from: 1,
to: 10,
total: 100,
perPage: 10
pageThe number of the page requestedpage=3
perPageThe number of items of each pageperPage=40


Order your list by a defined property.

orderByThe name of property you want to order by.orderBy=age
orderAscending 'ASC' or Descending 'DESC'order=DESC

GET /slug/:id

Get a single item.

POST /slug

Create a new item.

Provide a Request Payload in JSON:

"age": 2
"name": "Milo"

PUT /slug/:id

Update an item.

Provide a Request Payload in JSON:

"age": 2
"name": "Milo"

DELETE /slug/:id

Delete an item.