Quick start guide to Eversend! Learn how to get clientId and clientSecret, make your first request, setup up Eversend as your client, and get to building!

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Overview

Use our keys to build your integration.

All you need to get started with the testing is to get your API keys.

API Keys
Client Secret Key - A unique set of string of numbers or letters used only during API implementation
Client Id Key - A unique set of string of numbers or letters used only during API implementation

📋 Steps to get started with Eversend

This guide assumes you already have an Eversend account and access to our Dashboard.

  1. 🔑 Retrieve an Eversend clientId and clientSecret key
  2. ✍️ Make a request
  3. 💻 Start building!

1. 🔑 Retrieve an Eversend clientId and clientSecret key

To use Eversend products, you need a clientId and clientSecret API key to authenticate your requests.
You can retrieve API keys from the dashboard /settings/webhook

To retrieve your clientId and clientSecret key from your dashboard, First, select the "Settings" tab and navigate to "Webhooks"

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Retrieve your clientId and clientSecret key, which will be used later in this guide, to make API requests.

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2. ✍️ Make a request

You can interact with the Eversend infrastructure provider in your command line by making requests to REST APIs.
In this section, we're going to get a token using the clientId and clientSecret from the dashboard.
To get started, simply pass in the clientId: "your-id" and clientSecret: "your-secret" to your header.

Here is an example you can run from postman or any API service platform.

Request sample:

curl https://api.eversend.com/api/ \
-X GET \
-H "clientId": "yryryryryr" \
-H "clientSecret": "yryryryryr" \
-d '{}'

Response sample:

{
  "status": 200,
  "token": "eyJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCIsImtpZCI6IjE0ZkpUTmM0UzVsNkRPYnVRbGVGWSJ9"
}

Next steps

Congratulations ✳️, you have completed the Eversend Authentication!

If you do know which product you want, you can go directly to its documentation. Products documented here are Wallets, Transactions, Exchange, Payouts, Collections, Beneficiaries.