The Format 2 START statement identifies the beginning of a transaction.
Cloud Flare's API exposes the entire Cloud Flare infrastructure via a standardized programmatic interface.
These applications may include plugins and extensions to popular content management systems, apps that are offered in the Cloud Flare Apps marketplace, runbooks for specific deployment systems, and many others.
Anything that's useful and follows the guidelines presented here.
Do not do any of the following:: Follow all guidelines, including the rate limits defined below.
If you are registered with Cloud Flare, you can obtain your API key from the bottom of the "My Account" page, found here: Go to My account. Cloud Flare makes sites lightning fast, protects them from attacks, ensures they are always online, and makes it simple to add web apps with a single click.
More than 5 percent of global Web requests flow through Cloud Flare's network; every month more than 1.8 billion people experience a faster, safer, better Internet thanks to Cloud Flare.
Using Cloud Flare's API, you can do just about anything you can do on via the customer dashboard.
The Cloud Flare API is a RESTful API based on HTTPS requests and JSON responses.
The Format 1 START statement modifies the current file position for a relative or indexed file.
It defines a beginning point for retrieval of records from a file.
Virtually anything you can do in the customer dashboard may be done via API.Example: purging the Cloud Flare edge cache for a single file when it's updated on the origin server.: Many organizations make using Cloud Flare a seamless option for improving their customers' performance and security. Example: a Cloud Flare Certified Hosting Partner may use APIs to toggle basic security mode inside a hosting control panel.: Developers all over the world create useful applications which tie into Cloud Flare services.