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Getting started: Developers

If you prefer integrating channels and solutions into your existing systems – then you’re a developer. Here’s everything you need to know about getting started with Infobip as a developer.

As a developer, you’re experienced in integrating APIs into your existing systems.

Infobip makes this easy by providing fully personalized code examples that are ready to go. Easily implement Java, C#, PHP, Python, and Go – and for more languages and coding examples, visit our documentation hub.

API key

Your account is assigned an API key at signup. This acts as an access token for clients to use when making API calls.

This is a simple way to secure access, and as such, a popular authentication method used with REST APIs.

You can generate more keys and manage your existing one from your API key management page. Find out more about API keys in our documentation hub.

API base URL

Your base URL serves as your unique identifier which helps our platform identify the originator of each API request at DNS level to find the optimal route for API requests.

This ensures the best user experience, as well as more efficient technical support if you ever run into any issues. You can find out more about your base URL, here.

Developer tools

The Developer tools menu give you quick access to the most important tools for developers. We already mentioned API keys and where to manage them, and these are four more tools for developers:

  1. API transaction log: Shows a log of all transactions via API. Detailed filters help you refine results.
  2. API issue monitoring: Helps you detect and resolve any API related issues to keep your integration secure and robust.
  3. Applications and entities: This is where developers can build solutions to their unique use cases and associate them with resources (like numbers and domains). Learn more about developing applications and entities, here.
  4. Subscriptions management: Create notifications subscriptions for each channel and define events you want to be notified of. Manage your webhook and authentication settings with  notification profiles you create under authentication settings.

These developer tools help you fully manage your developer account, as well as to create applications specifically for your unique use cases.