Get started right away - request your API key.
Learn how the API works and what it can do.
Share your project - get featured in our showcase.
You'll need a ShareFile account, first of all. Then you grab an API key for each app you want to build from your account settings page.
We recommend that you start out by checking out our Quick Start Guide and then learn how to authenticate with us, before you dive into the code samples and the documentation.
You will probably also want to look at our client libraries to see if we have one available for your prefered language or platform.
The ShareFile REST API uses a subset of the ODATA specification. ODATA is an HTTP-based REST API,
with standards for how to describe objects and actions. Below you will find more details on ShareFile's ODATA implementation and the available resources.
Check out the ShareFile Connector SDK for building custom connector to your Enterprise Content Management system
and the ShareFile PowerShell SDK for accessing the ShareFile API through a PowerShell snapin.
We've just release the ShareFile .NET SDK! You can find more information about it on our GitHub site ShareFile .NET SDK
The HTTPS API is still, and will continue to be, available. Same as it ever was. You can still find the documentation for that version
at HTTPS API.
In addition to the quick start guide and resource documentation, this transition guide will show the HTTPS API endpoints and operations with their equivalent
REST API requests.