2. Test drive the APIs
Let’s walk through a simple use case of testing the Interlace services in the sandbox environment. You can think of this as your first Interlace Hello World program.
In a live/connected environment, Interlace platform relies on OAuth 2.0 as an industry-standard protocol for authorization. The Client Credentials grant type is used by your application to obtain a token to access resources in the interlace platform.
Test drive Interlace APIs
Now that you are ready to give our interlace platform a spin, follow the 3 simple steps.
- Open the API Reference and select a service, say Get account list
- Under Parameters, enter an UUID in x-rquid field. NOTE: You can google UUID Generator if you need help in generating UUID
- Click on Send API Request button. Verify you get a response with HTTP status code 200.
You can also get sample requests for each of the APIs in different programming languages:
What to try next…
We recommend you spend time reviewing our Product Guides. These guides provide an overview of various user journeys and how to complete a series of events and transactions.
You can also access our platform API reference and related materials within this developer portal.