API Access

Welcome to the API Access section of PlusVector. As a valued paid subscriber, you have exclusive access to our powerful API, enabling you to integrate PlusVector's AI-powered Vector Illustration Engine directly into your workflow. The API provides a seamless way to create SVGs and vector illustrations using text prompts from your own applications or platforms.

Getting Started

To start using the PlusVector API, follow these simple steps:

  1. Ensure you have an active paid subscription to PlusVector.
  2. Visit your account dashboard to find your unique API key.
  3. Use the API key to authenticate your requests as shown in the API documentation.
Go to the API Keys Create a PlusVector API Key


After you've generated an API Key in the API Section of your dashboard, you can use that key to make authenticated requests to the PlusVector API.

Access your PlusVector API Key

Authentication is done by passing your API key in the Authorization header of your request. The API key is a JWT (JSON Web Token), and has an expiration date for security purposes.

We recommend rotating your API keys, but you can create an API Key that never expires as well.

API Documentation

Our comprehensive API documentation provides detailed information on how to make requests, the available endpoints, and the expected responses. Whether you're looking to generate a single vector or a batch of illustrations, the documentation has you covered.

View API Documentation

Sample API Requests

Refer to the following code snippets to see how to make requests to our API!

Example: Checking your credits balance.
Example: Creating a Vector

Step 1: Generate Preview Concepts

To generate new vectors off a custom prompt, first start by kicking off create render API request. The webhook parameter is optional but useful if you want to use an event driven architecture instead of polling.

The request above will return a unique ID associated with the render, that will be used in following steps.

Next, 4 concept images will be generated. This typically takes around 1-2 minutes. If a webhook URL was passed, a JSON payload will be sent to the endpoint provided once the concept images are ready.

Step 2: Vectorize a Concept

Once the render job is completed and you have concepts, you can then start a request to vectorize one of the concepts.

Pass the Render ID and the zero based index of the concept you want to vectorize.

Again, an optional webhook parameter can be passed to receive an event.

Step 3: Download Vector

Once the vectorization is complete, you can download the vector file.

A signed URL will be provided in the svg key, valid for 2 hours. You can always make another request to fetch a new signed download URL.

Learn more

Refer to the API documentation to see what endpoints are available, and the schemas:

View API Documentation

Rate Limits

Rate limits are in place to ensure a fair usage policy. Abuse or attempting to exploit the API will result in a ban.

Requests are limited to 100 per minute.

If you are looking for custom rate limits or a specialized use case, please reach out to support!

API Support

If you encounter any issues or have questions regarding the API, our support team is here to assist. Reach out to us at [email protected].

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