Please check/update you API implementations to support TLS v1.2 until 29.06.2018
amiando provides you with a variety of APIs ranging from easy-to-use widgets to the full blown Event Management API. Use the overview below to find the right API technology for your project or take a look at our App Showcase to see what others have done with our API.
Available API technologies
HTML Widgets for event hosts
When you are hosting your events with amiando nothing is easier than integrating them into your own website. In your amiando account you can easily access HTML code to copy/paste into your website or CMS with a few clicks and without a single line of code. The most requested widgets are:
- online event registration forms
- ticket shops with payment
- a list of all events you are currently organizing
- a list of event participants.
Read the documentation on Widgets
amiando Event Management API
This is the main API. The API is based on a RESTful JSON interface. Use this API to create amiando objects (e.g. users and events) and to get information about events (e.g. participant list for events). Typical use cases are:
- Retrieve event participants to synchronize with a CRM
- Retrieve ticket payments to synchronize with ERP and e-commerce tracking
- Create users and events to automate workflows
Read the documentation on amiando Event Management API
Use this API to get information about public events listed on amiando. Typical use case:
- Get public event content for event directory or mobile application
Read the documentation on EventSense API
A Webhook is a script on your server that will be called with all relevant information whenever an event is caused on the amiando server. Typical use case:
- Integrate amiando with your e-commerce tracking / analytics tool
Read the documentation on Tracking Webhooks
- Add ticketing to the event feature of your community
Take a look at the Community Ticketing API.
XML-RPC API (Legacy)
Most features of this API are available in a more convenient way from the amiando Event Management API. However if you want to implement entry management functionality, you will have to use this API. Typical use case:
- Mobile application to validate tickets at an event Take a look at the XML-RPC API (Legacy).