All modern languages let a developer make HTTP requests and handle HTTP responses, but now there is no need to create your own wrappers for our API, just use the API client libraries which ensure you're using the API in the best supported manner. The API libraries are aimed to speed up development and let developers focus on the high-level aspects of their work instead of taking care of the low-level details of requests/responses.
Although the API libraries differ from each other, some of the prerequisites are common for them. To use any of our libraries, you need the following:
- A developer account. If you don’t have one, sign up here.
- A private API key. There are 2 options to obtain it:
Specific prerequisites along with usage nuances for each particular library are described in the corresponding README files.