Getting Started

How to invoke API

To interact with our API, you'll need to craft an HTTP request directed towards the API endpoint. This involves choosing an appropriate method, such as GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, etc., and providing any necessary parameters, headers, or a request body. The API Index contains comprehensive details about the available endpoints, their functionalities, and the required request formats.

Introduction to API Tokens  

An API token, also known as an API key or authentication token, is a piece of information that allows a client application to access and interact with a web service or application programming interface (API). API tokens are used for authentication and authorization purposes to ensure that only authorized users or applications can make requests to the API.

API tokens are typically strings of characters, when you want to access an API, you usually need to include your API token in the request headers or as a query parameter.

To gain access to the API, a crucial step is generating an API key. This unique key serves as your authentication credential, ensuring secure and authorized interactions with the API.

Generate Your API Key:

  1. Locate the section dedicated to API key generation (API Key Docs).
  2. Follow the provided instructions to create your personalized API key.
  3. Visit the API Index: Navigate to our API Index, where you'll find a comprehensive overview of all available APIs, their functionalities, and the resources they provide(API Index).

This key is your ticket to unlocking the potential of our API, enabling you to make requests and access the services you need. Keep it secure and use it responsibly for a seamless and secure integration with our API.

Accessing API Configuration


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