We're moving our developer docs to Github and a new site.
The migration is still in progress, so please contact us in #documentation-contrib on eZ Community Slack if you have any questions or feedback.
This space will not be updated from now on except for critical fixes.
The REST API allows you to interact with an eZ Platform installation using the HTTP protocol, following a REST interaction model
The Public (PHP) API exposes a Repository which allows you to create, read, update, manage and delete all objects available in eZ Platform, first and foremost content, but also related objects like sections, locations, content types, content types groups, languages and so on.