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Partner Resource: Adding or Removing a Local Page

March 16, 2021

Local Pages API

Can Local Pages be added or removed automatically, or does a new location require contacting DevHub for manual processing? Can DevHub’s solution automatically pull the information required for building the store locator via the API endpoints without the need to maintain a separate Google Sheet?

No contact with the DevHub team is required for adding, removing, or updating locations. All products are self-serve for our partners.

We have two options for syncing information between our systems:

  1. Partner integrates with DevHub’s API: We have a fully featured API that can make any actions needed to administer pages in real time (adding, editing, deleting). This integration can be partial (only location information) or fully featured (location information plus all site information like custom fields and imagery). The Google Sheet is not required if the integration is fully featured. 
  2. DevHub Integrates with Partner API: We can integrate a Partner’s existing API to retrieve the latest information about locations. This information can then be omitted on our Google Sheet. If there are any additional required fields to create a local page, then those would need to be entered into the Google Sheet by the Partner, or their Client prior to the page going live.  We can automatically disable/remove locations and location pages if they are removed from the Partner’s Data source.

Read More:

https://api-docs.devhub.com/core-resources/locations

https://api-docs.devhub.com/core-resources/sites

https://api-docs.devhub.com/getting-started-guides/location-focused-sites

About DevHub's API:

The primary use of the DevHub API is to automate the provisioning of websites, landing pages and other web experiences that you can produce within the DevHub platform. But it can also be used to sync location and business data from external systems with existing sites or alternatively used to pull reporting and active site data for use in your reporting dashboards.
The DevHub API is organized around REST. Our API has predictable resource-oriented URLs, accepts JSON-encoded request bodies, returns JSON-encoded responses, and uses standard HTTP response codes, authentication, and verbs.


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