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REST API interface for 1Password Connect.

Strong authentication, without the passwords.

The [REST API specification](https://www.ably.io/documentation/rest-api) for Ably.

Abstract IP geolocation API allows developers to retrieve the region, country and city behind any IP worldwide. The API covers the geolocation of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses in 180+ countries worldwide. Extra information can be retrieved like the currency, flag or language associated to an IP.

### The Internet of Things for Everyone The Adafruit IO HTTP API provides access to your Adafruit IO data from any programming language or hardware environment that can speak HTTP. The easiest way to get started is with [an Adafruit IO learn guide](https://learn.adafruit.com/series/adafruit-io-basics) and [a simple Internet of Things capable device like the Feather Huzzah](https://www.adafruit.com/product/2821). This API documentation is hosted on GitHub Pages and is available at [https://github.com/adafruit/io-api](https://github.com/adafruit/io-api). For questions or comments visit the [Adafruit IO Forums](https://forums.adafruit.com/viewforum.php?f=56) or the [adafruit-io channel on the Adafruit Discord server](https://discord.gg/adafruit). #### Authentication Authentication for every API request happens through the `X-AIO-Key` header or query parameter and your IO API key. A simple cURL request to get all available feeds for a user with the username "io_username" and the key "io_key_12345" could look like this: $ curl -H "X-AIO-Key: io_key_12345" https://io.adafruit.com/api/v2/io_username/feeds Or like this: $ curl "https://io.adafruit.com/api/v2/io_username/feeds?X-AIO-Key=io_key_12345 Using the node.js [request](https://github.com/request/request) library, IO HTTP requests are as easy as: ```js var request = require('request'); var options = { url: 'https://io.adafruit.com/api/v2/io_username/feeds', headers: { 'X-AIO-Key': 'io_key_12345', 'Content-Type': 'application/json' } }; function callback(error, response, body) { if (!error && response.statusCode == 200) { var feeds = JSON.parse(body); console.log(feeds.length + " FEEDS AVAILABLE"); feeds.forEach(function (feed) { console.log(feed.name, feed.key); }) } } request(options, callback); ``` Using the ESP8266 Arduino HTTPClient library, an HTTPS GET request would look like this (replacing `---` with your own values in the appropriate locations): ```arduino /// based on /// https://github.com/esp8266/Arduino/blob/master/libraries/ESP8266HTTPClient/examples/Authorization/Authorization.ino #include #include #include #include ESP8266WiFiMulti WiFiMulti; const char* ssid = "---"; const char* password = "---"; const char* host = "io.adafruit.com"; const char* io_key = "---"; const char* path_with_username = "/api/v2/---/dashboards"; // Use web browser to view and copy // SHA1 fingerprint of the certificate const char* fingerprint = "77 00 54 2D DA E7 D8 03 27 31 23 99 EB 27 DB CB A5 4C 57 18"; void setup() { Serial.begin(115200); for(uint8_t t = 4; t > 0; t--) { Serial.printf("[SETUP] WAIT %d...\n", t); Serial.flush(); delay(1000); } WiFi.mode(WIFI_STA); WiFiMulti.addAP(ssid, password); // wait for WiFi connection while(WiFiMulti.run() != WL_CONNECTED) { Serial.print('.'); delay(1000); } Serial.println("[WIFI] connected!"); HTTPClient http; // start request with URL and TLS cert fingerprint for verification http.begin("https://" + String(host) + String(path_with_username), fingerprint); // IO API authentication http.addHeader("X-AIO-Key", io_key); // start connection and send HTTP header int httpCode = http.GET(); // httpCode will be negative on error if(httpCode > 0) { // HTTP header has been send and Server response header has been handled Serial.printf("[HTTP] GET response: %d\n", httpCode); // HTTP 200 OK if(httpCode == HTTP_CODE_OK) { String payload = http.getString(); Serial.println(payload); } http.end(); } } void loop() {} ``` #### Client Libraries We have client libraries to help you get started with your project: [Python](https://github.com/adafruit/io-client-python), [Ruby](https://github.com/adafruit/io-client-ruby), [Arduino C++](https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit_IO_Arduino), [Javascript](https://github.com/adafruit/adafruit-io-node), and [Go](https://github.com/adafruit/io-client-go) are available. They're all open source, so if they don't already do what you want, you can fork and add any feature you'd like.

Swagger AEM is an OpenAPI specification for Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) API

The Account API provides endpoints for managing account-related entities on your platform. These related entities include account holders, accounts, bank accounts, shareholders, and KYC-related documents. The management operations include actions such as creation, retrieval, updating, and deletion of them. For more information, refer to our [documentation](https://docs.adyen.com/platforms). ## Authentication To connect to the Account API, you must use basic authentication credentials of your web service user. If you don't have one, contact the [Adyen Support Team](https://support.adyen.com/hc/en-us/requests/new). Then use its credentials to authenticate your request, for example: ``` curl -U "ws@MarketPlace.YourMarketPlace":"YourWsPassword" \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ ... ``` Note that when going live, you need to generate new web service user credentials to access the [live endpoints](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/live-endpoints). ## Versioning The Account API supports versioning of its endpoints through a version suffix in the endpoint URL. This suffix has the following format: "vXX", where XX is the version number. For example: ``` https://cal-test.adyen.com/cal/services/Account/v6/createAccountHolder ```

The Balance Platform API enables you to create a platform, onboard users as account holders, create balance accounts, and issue cards. For information about use cases, refer to [Adyen Issuing](https://docs.adyen.com/issuing). ## Authentication Your Adyen contact will provide your API credential and an API key. To connect to the API, add an `X-API-Key` header with the API key as the value, for example: ``` curl -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ -H "X-API-Key: YOUR_API_KEY" \ ... ``` Alternatively, you can use the username and password to connect to the API using basic authentication. For example: ``` curl -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ -U "ws@BalancePlatform.YOUR_BALANCE_PLATFORM":"YOUR_WS_PASSWORD" \ ... ``` ## Versioning Balance Platform API supports versioning of its endpoints through a version suffix in the endpoint URL. This suffix has the following format: "vXX", where XX is the version number. For example: ``` https://balanceplatform-api-test.adyen.com/bcl/v1 ``` ## Going live When going live, your Adyen contact will provide your API credential for the live environment. You can then use the API key or the username and password to send requests to `https://balanceplatform-api-live.adyen.com/bcl/v1`. For more information, refer to our [Going live documentation](https://docs.adyen.com/issuing/integration-checklist#going-live).

The BIN Lookup API provides endpoints for retrieving information, such as cost estimates, and 3D Secure supported version based on a given BIN.

Adyen Checkout API provides a simple and flexible way to initiate and authorise online payments. You can use the same integration for payments made with cards (including 3D Secure), mobile wallets, and local payment methods (for example, iDEAL and Sofort). This API reference provides information on available endpoints and how to interact with them. To learn more about the API, visit [Checkout documentation](https://docs.adyen.com/online-payments). ## Authentication Each request to the Checkout API must be signed with an API key. For this, obtain an API Key from your Customer Area, as described in [How to get the API key](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/api-credentials#generate-api-key). Then set this key to the `X-API-Key` header value, for example: ``` curl -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ -H "X-API-Key: Your_Checkout_API_key" \ ... ``` Note that when going live, you need to generate a new API Key to access the [live endpoints](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/live-endpoints). ## Versioning Checkout API supports versioning of its endpoints through a version suffix in the endpoint URL. This suffix has the following format: "vXX", where XX is the version number. For example: ``` https://checkout-test.adyen.com/v67/payments ```

A web service containing utility functions available for merchants integrating with Checkout APIs. ## Authentication Each request to the Checkout Utility API must be signed with an API key. For this, obtain an API Key from your Customer Area, as described in [How to get the Checkout API key](https://docs.adyen.com/developers/user-management/how-to-get-the-checkout-api-key). Then set this key to the `X-API-Key` header value, for example: ``` curl -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ -H "X-API-Key: Your_Checkout_API_key" \ ... ``` Note that when going live, you need to generate a new API Key to access the [live endpoints](https://docs.adyen.com/developers/api-reference/live-endpoints). ## Versioning Checkout API supports versioning of its endpoints through a version suffix in the endpoint URL. This suffix has the following format: "vXX", where XX is the version number. For example: ``` https://checkout-test.adyen.com/v1/originKeys ```

The Fund API provides endpoints for managing the funds in the accounts on your platform. These management operations include actions such as the transfer of funds from one account to another, the payout of funds to an account holder, and the retrieval of balances in an account. For more information, refer to our [documentation](https://docs.adyen.com/platforms). ## Authentication To connect to the Fund API, you must use basic authentication credentials of your web service user. If you don't have one, please contact the [Adyen Support Team](https://support.adyen.com/hc/en-us/requests/new). Then use its credentials to authenticate your request, for example: ``` curl -U "ws@MarketPlace.YourMarketPlace":"YourWsPassword" \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ ... ``` Note that when going live, you need to generate new web service user credentials to access the [live endpoints](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/live-endpoints). ## Versioning The Fund API supports versioning of its endpoints through a version suffix in the endpoint URL. This suffix has the following format: "vXX", where XX is the version number. For example: ``` https://cal-test.adyen.com/cal/services/Fund/v6/accountHolderBalance ```

The Hosted onboarding API provides endpoints that you can use to generate links to Adyen-hosted pages, such as an [onboarding page](https://docs.adyen.com/platforms/hosted-onboarding-page) or a [PCI compliance questionnaire](https://docs.adyen.com/platforms/platforms-for-partners). Then you can provide the link to your account holder so they can complete their onboarding. ## Authentication To connect to the Hosted onboarding API, you must use basic authentication credentials of your web service user. If you don't have one, contact our [Support Team](https://support.adyen.com/hc/en-us/requests/new). Then use your credentials to authenticate your request, for example: ``` curl -U "ws@MarketPlace.YourMarketPlace":"YourWsPassword" \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ ... ``` When going live, you need to generate new web service user credentials to access the [live endpoints](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/live-endpoints). ## Versioning The Hosted onboarding API supports versioning of its endpoints through a version suffix in the endpoint URL. This suffix has the following format: "vXX", where XX is the version number. For example: ``` https://cal-test.adyen.com/cal/services/Hop/v6/getOnboardingUrl ```

The Notification API sends notifications to the endpoints specified in a given subscription. Subscriptions are managed through the Notification Configuration API. The API specifications listed here detail the format of each notification. For more information, refer to our [documentation](https://docs.adyen.com/platforms/notifications).

The Notification Configuration API provides endpoints for setting up and testing notifications that inform you of events on your platform, for example when a KYC check or a payout has been completed. For more information, refer to our [documentation](https://docs.adyen.com/platforms/notifications). ## Authentication To connect to the Notification Configuration API, you must use basic authentication credentials of your web service user. If you don't have one, contact our [Adyen Support Team](https://support.adyen.com/hc/en-us/requests/new). Then use its credentials to authenticate your request, for example: ``` curl -U "ws@MarketPlace.YourMarketPlace":"YourWsPassword" \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ ... ``` Note that when going live, you need to generate new web service user credentials to access the [live endpoints](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/live-endpoints). ## Versioning The Notification Configuration API supports versioning of its endpoints through a version suffix in the endpoint URL. This suffix has the following format: "vXX", where XX is the version number. For example: ``` https://cal-test.adyen.com/cal/services/Notification/v6/createNotificationConfiguration ```

A set of API endpoints that allow you to initiate, settle, and modify payments on the Adyen payments platform. You can use the API to accept card payments (including One-Click and 3D Secure), bank transfers, ewallets, and many other payment methods. To learn more about the API, visit [Classic integration](https://docs.adyen.com/classic-integration). ## Authentication To connect to the Payments API, you must use your basic authentication credentials. For this, create your web service user, as described in [How to get the WS user password](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/api-credentials). Then use its credentials to authenticate your request, for example: ``` curl -U "ws@Company.YourCompany":"YourWsPassword" \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ ... ``` Note that when going live, you need to generate new web service user credentials to access the [live endpoints](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/live-endpoints). ## Versioning Payments API supports versioning of its endpoints through a version suffix in the endpoint URL. This suffix has the following format: "vXX", where XX is the version number. For example: ``` https://pal-test.adyen.com/pal/servlet/Payment/v64/authorise ```

A set of API endpoints that allow you to store payout details, confirm, or decline a payout. For more information, refer to [Online payouts](https://docs.adyen.com/online-payments/online-payouts). ## Authentication To use the Payout API, you need to have [two API credentials](https://docs.adyen.com/online-payments/online-payouts#payouts-to-bank-accounts-and-wallets): one for storing payout details and submitting payouts, and another one for confirming or declining payouts. If you don't have the required API credentials, contact our [Support Team](https://support.adyen.com/hc/en-us/requests/new). Both of these API credentials must be authenticated with [basic authentication](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/api-credentials#basic-authentication).The following example shows how to authenticate your request when submitting a payout: ``` curl -U "storePayout@Company.[YourCompany]":"YourBasicAuthenticationPassword" \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ ... ``` When going live, you need to generate new API credentials to access the [live endpoints](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/live-endpoints).

The Recurring APIs allow you to manage and remove your tokens or saved payment details. Tokens should be created with validation during a payment request. For more information, refer to our [Tokenization documentation](https://docs.adyen.com/online-payments/tokenization). ## Authentication To connect to the Recurring API, you must use your basic authentication credentials. For this, create your web service user, as described in [How to get the WS user password](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/api-credentials). Then use its credentials to authenticate your request, for example: ``` curl -U "ws@Company.YourCompany":"YourWsPassword" \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ ... ``` Note that when going live, you need to generate new web service user credentials to access the [live endpoints](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/live-endpoints). ## Versioning Recurring API supports versioning of its endpoints through a version suffix in the endpoint URL. This suffix has the following format: "vXX", where XX is the version number. For example: ``` https://pal-test.adyen.com/pal/servlet/Recurring/v49/disable ```

The Test Cards API provides endpoints for generating custom test card numbers. For more information, refer to [Custom test cards](https://docs.adyen.com/development-resources/test-cards/create-test-cards) documentation.

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