While the server API is sufficient for checking recent visit history, the data is only available for a limited time (30 days). To keep a full copy of every identification, we recommend setting up webhooks to automatically receive each identification response at a custom endpoint of your choosing.
Upon a browser API request, FingerprintJS servers send an HTTP POST request to your webhook URL, including an identification object. The endpoint receiving the webhook response may be used to automatically write to a database.
More information on setting up webhooks can be found here: https://dev.fingerprintjs.com/docs/webhooks
Enterprise plans include unlimited server-side storage of visit history.
Updated 2 months ago