If you want to start using API keys rather than oauth, we have some great news…
It’s been rolled out into production!
We’ll be updating documentation in the coming days. The API Explorer is still a bit quirky and we’re working on getting a better solution there (and you thought the oauth keys was weird!).
For those who want to jump straight in –
When using one of our APIs, you specify your API key with an authorisation header. When calling an endpoint, you specify your API Key in an HTTP header called Authorization.
For example, if your API key was aab5e795-c02a-47ce-ac4b-25ed9baa87c8, your request URL will include a header like:
Authorization: apikey aab5e795-c02a-47ce-ac4b-25ed9baa87c8
You can find your API Key under the “Applications” section.