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The Fieldbook API lets you read and write records in any book as simple JSON objects. The endpoints and keys are determined by the sheets and fields you set up. Read [our blog post introducing the API](http://docs.fieldbook.com/blog/explore-the-fieldbook-api) and then head to the [API documentation](https://github.com/fieldbook/api-docs) to learn more.