After the creation of the app, you need to set it up with Integry. The first step is to define and configure your app authorization under the App Credentials tab in the App section. 

By default, Integry generates a pair of API-Key and API-Secret for your app. As soon as you visit the Apps Credentials tab you can view them as shown below. 

API-key is a unique identification string of your app, like a username. 

API Secret is also a unique identification string for your app, like a password. 

This key-secret pair authorizes your app with Integry. This is a very sensitive piece of information, so you might want to keep it safe.

One of the places where these credentials are used is in the bundle embed code. It is a snippet of JavaScript code that you embed inside your app’s HTML. It fetches a list of templates inside a bundle from Integry and displays it inside your app so that your users can setup integrations. Below is the screenshot of the snippet.

This snippet uses this App key to authorize itself with Integry on behalf of your app. We have a detailed guide on how to embed this snippet in your app. The placeholders 'undefined'  in this code need to be replaced with actual value generated by Integry for your app.

Authorization

You can configure the authorization methods that Integry can use to access your API. 

We support many other popular authorization types too such as OAuth 2, OAuth 1, JWT etc. If you would like to use one of these authorization types for your app, then you can create a new Authorization. If you don’t need the default API-Key, you can delete it too. Learn more details about all the authorization types we support here. 

Testing an Authorization

When you create an authorization, you can test it right away. Below, the Authorizations heading you can view a Connected Accounts heading as shown below.


This helps you test whether the authorization you created works properly using an account of the app. To learn how to test an authorization, click here

We hope you find this article helpful. Now you can create following authorizations:

API-Key Authorization
Basic Authoization
OAuth Authorization

Happy Integrating!

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