The current version of the API and documentation is built for the latest API version
V1. New API versions are released when new functionality or bug fixes demands breaking changes to an endpoint.
We recommend everyone use API versions that are considered “under maintenance“. It is advised to update your integrations to the latest API release whenever you need new functionality, or whenever the API falls outside of the maintenance status.
We keep supporting all API versions until the last customer has moved away to new API releases. However, we only deliver bug fixes with the N-1 principle. This means that you can always count on our support with API questions and found issues, but you might be instructed to move your application to a new API version that is still under maintenance in case a bug is found in an End of Maintenance API version.
New API functionality that will be developed on request will only be released in the latest API endpoint version or split to a new API endpoint in case of breaking changes.
Billing API Versions
API Release date
Latest API release that is fully supported, gets new features implemented to it (as long as they don't break logic) and will get bug fixes first.
The API is fully supported and maintained with bug fixes when needed.
End of Maintenance
The API is supported, but no new development will take place if bugs are discovered.
End of Life
The API is no longer supported, not maintained and can be shutdown at any time
Known Issues and limitation
The following issues and limitations are reported to our team and are currently under review, in our backlog, or in development, and will be implemented in future versions.
Did you find an issue, or require functionality that is not listed in the above table? Please contact our support team to submit your request.