1. Session

Creates a new session-token.
If the header 'session-token' is present, and contains an expired token, this endpoint will create a new session_token that will be linked to the device_token of the expired token.
Essentially creating a new session of a known device.

  • /session
Method: POST
Requires Authentication: NO

The errors will not be shown in this endpoint, the errors could appear in any other endpoint if the session-token is expired or the header is not present in the request.

  • Success (new token created)
    Status code: 200
  • Expired user session token
    Status code: 400
  • Invalid or not sended session-token
    Status code: 400