Get

Retrieve a list of your hotspots

Parameters:

Name

Optional / Required

Data type

Description

Default

id

required

Integer

One of your document ids

page

optional

Integer

Filter the results by page nr (1 - X)

offset

optional

Integer

Retrieve rows at position X (min. 0)

0

limit

optional

Integer

Retrieve X rows (min. 0 and max. 100)

10

sort

optional

String

Sort results by create_date_desc, create_date_asc, page_desc, page_asc

page_asc

return_fields

optional

String

Customize the responses by setting the return fields (id, page, type, settings, create_date, update_date)

id, page, type, settings, create_date, update_date

Demo

URL Find your token on - yumpu.com Token

document id

Optional parameters:

page offset limit sort return_fields

Add optional parametersRun request

curl
PHP
JavaScript
Java
curl

Example:

curl -X GET -H "X-ACCESS-TOKEN: YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN" "http://api.yumpu.com/2.0/document/hotspots.json?id=27109037&limit=1"
PHP

Example:

require_once('../yumpu.php');
$yumpu = new Yumpu();
$data = array(
'id' => 27109085,
'limit' => 1
);
$listHotspots = $yumpu->getDocumentHotspots($data);
print_r($listHotspots);
JavaScript

Example:

var yumpu = require('yumpu');
yumpu.setToken('yourToken');
var parameters = {
id: 27109037,
offset: 0,
limit: 1
};
yumpu.getDocumentHotspots(parameters, function(statusCode, document){
console.log('Status: ' + statusCode);
console.log(document);
});
Java

Example:

Yumpu y = new Yumpu("your access token");
String[] params = {"id=27109037", "limit=1"};
System.out.println(y.getDocumentHotspots(params));

Whatever language you are using, the result will be the same.

{
"total": 74,
"hotspots": [
{
"id": "fc62e52bphzHaVqn",
"document_id": 27109037,
"page": 1,
"type": "link",
"settings": {
"x": 311,
"y": 603,
"w": 109,
"h": 8,
"name": "www.yumpu.com",
"link": "https://www.yumpu.com",
"tooltip": "www.yumpu.com"
},
"create_date": "2016-09-13 09:13:19",
"update_date": "0000-00-00 00:00:00"
}
],
"state": "success",
"completed_in": 0.0922
}