Integrating Writer into your app or website can begin as soon as you create a Writer developer account, requiring only three steps:
- Obtain your API keys so Writer can authenticate your integration’s API requests
- Make a test API request to confirm everything is up and running
Writer authenticates your API requests using your account’s API keys. If you do not include your key when making an API request, or use one that is incorrect or outdated, Writer returns an error.
Your API keys are available in the Developer account dashboard. We include randomly generated API keys in our code examples if you are not logged in. Replace these with your own or log in to see code examples populated with your own test API keys.
Use only your expiry date for any test API keys for testing and development. This ensures that you don't accidentally using your live keys.
If you cannot see your secret API keys in the Dashboard, this means you do not have access to them. Contact your Writer account owner and ask to be added to their team as a developer.
Updated 2 months ago