Projects and NFTs support retrieval with search API methods. You can use the search APIs to retrieve your Projects and NFTs in a flexible manner. Using search is a faster alternative to paginating through all resources. To create a search query, review the Search Query Language and reference the query fields for Projects and NFTs.
A query clause consists of a field followed by an operator followed by a value:
You can combine multiple query clauses in a search by either separating them with a space, or using the AND or OR keywords. By default, the API combines clauses with AND logic. AND and OR operators are mutually exclusive.
You can perform searches on attributes for both Projects and NFTs.
Use the following format to construct a clause for a metadata search:
The following table lists the synatx that you can use to construct a query.
|Exact match operator (case sensitive)|
|The query returns only records that match both clauses (case sensitive)|
|The query returns records that match either of the clauses (case sensitive)|
|Substring match operator (case insensitive)|
|Greater than / less than operators|