Some endpoints, like cameras/, employ pagination with the use of the limit and offset parameters. Each paginated endpoint response has these fields:

  • count - total number of items
  • next - is link to next page of paginated result, can be null if reached end of set
  • previous - is link to previous set of paginated result, can be null if offset is 0
  • results - current paginated set

We recommend you always explicitly set the limit parameter to ensure you know how many results, per page, you'll get. If you omit limit, the page will contain 100 items, at most.

Setting the limit parameter

Let’s say you need to request all the cameras of the user, but only want 5 results at a time. Your GET would look something like this:

$ curl -H "Authorization: Bearer <your_token>" -X GET ""

Note the limit parameter in this call is set to 5, so the response shows items 0 through 4.

GET the next page of results

Next, let’s say you want to make a call to return the next page from the previous example. As you’ll see below, the offset parameter in the following sample link is 5, so the next page of results will show items 5 through 9:

$ curl -H "Authorization: Bearer <your_token>" -X GET ""

How do I know if there are more pages?

When the response contain null value of next, you know that you've reached the end.