USER OBJECT

This article explains how the User Object generally looks, and what data it contains. Keep in mind not all user objects will contain each of these properties. Some belong to yourself only, some are simply not delivered depending on the method.

EXAMPLE DATA

{ 
    "id": 3703511,
    "username": "Burkes",
    "avatarID": "classic08",
    "language": "en",
    "joined": "2013-11-10 14:59:17.455000",
    "level": 18,
    "role": 0,
    "gRole": 3,
    "status": 1,
    "badge": "animals-s02",
    "vote": 0,
    "grab": false,
    "priority": 0,
    "blurb": "This message appears in your profile",
    "guest": false,
    "pp": 433701,
    "pw": true,
    "silver": false,
    "slug": "burkes",
    "sub": 0,
    "xp": 193533,
    "rawun": "Burkes",
    "friend": false
}

 

The following properties are generally always present

{ 
    "avatarID": "classic08",
    "badge": "animals-s02",
    "gRole": 3,
    "id": 3703511,
    "joined": "2013-11-10 14:59:17.455000",
    "level": 18,
    "role": 0,
    "silver": false,
    "sub": 0,
    "username": "Burkes"
}

Comments

Powered by Zendesk