There are different considerations depending on whether the DeepHub® instance is local or hosted in the cloud.
Local instances consist of a bundle. In this case, you would interact with the /deephub/ service.
However, with demo instances in the cloud, there are no bundles. These services are published directly and consist of two parts.
First comes the host/domain: https://<example>.deephub.io/
Then comes the application:
- for the UI, this is /deephub-ui/. For example: https://<example>.deephub.io/deephub-ui/
- for the hub, this is /deephub/. For example: https://<example>.deephub.io/deephub/
Within the application, there is an API (or even several). We start with the first version /v1/
For example, you would access all zones through the first API version via: https://<example>.deephub.io/deephub/v1/zones
Likewise, within /v1/ is our WebSocket: wss://<example>.deephub.io/deephub/v1/ws/socket