After Contember server starts, there will be more then single API available, but the Content API is the most important right now.
The Content API is a GraphQL API provided by Contember that is used to manage and access content in your project. It is available at a URL in the format
http://localhost:1481/content/my-blog/live). To access the API, you will need to obtain an access token with sufficient permissions from the Tenant API. The token will look like
44d7dd8ae4a45c33eaa309716e41e1a8476cda4f. This token should be passed in the Authorization header as a Bearer token.
When running Contember locally, there is a superadmin token
0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 that can be used to access the Content API.
The GraphQL schema provided by the Content API is restricted based on the ACL rules defined in your project. This means that the API will only include the types, fields, and mutations that are allowed based on the permissions granted to the user associated with the access token. For example, if you have defined a read-only role for a mobile application, the GraphQL API will not include any mutations for this role.