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==3. Make your first call==
 
==3. Make your first call==
[[REST_API_Overview|Here]] you will get an overview and basic information about calling the Event Management API.
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We created a public demo event for this purpose and added a test API key.
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If you copy and paste the following URL into your browser, you can see a standard amiando API response.
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http://www.amiando.com/api/event/51698989?apikey=NdWEGXJRiVRtXNRKZWOTIVReLghaFue6HyrIO9b6aoIzhN1hNN&version=1&format=json
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The call will have this result:
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{"event":
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    {"lastModified":"2010-12-15T17:51:47",
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    "selectedDate":"2012-05-15T09:00:51",
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    "visibility":"public",
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    "location":"Berlin",
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    "publishSearchEngines":true,
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    "hostId":302087225,
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    "country":"DE",
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    "id":51698989,
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    "title":"Put your event title here",
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    "timezone":"Europe/Berlin",
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    "organisatorDisplayName":"Rockstar Developer",
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    "creationTime":"2010-12-15T17:51:47",
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    "longitude":0,
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    "language":"en",
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    "latitude":0,
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    "identifier":"XEUEEQS"
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},
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"success":true}
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===What to do next?===
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* Visit the documentation [[REST_API_Overview|here]].
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* Start with our Java examples [[How-Tos|here]].

Revision as of 17:17, 15 December 2010

This page will guide you through the steps of creating your first project.

1. Create your amiando account

Obviously, you'll need an account on amiando. Go to http://www.amiando.com/signup/signup.html if you havn't created one yet. You should also create a test event.

2. Create an API key for your event

This How-To explains how to create an API key for your event: How to get your API key.

3. Make your first call

We created a public demo event for this purpose and added a test API key. If you copy and paste the following URL into your browser, you can see a standard amiando API response.

http://www.amiando.com/api/event/51698989?apikey=NdWEGXJRiVRtXNRKZWOTIVReLghaFue6HyrIO9b6aoIzhN1hNN&version=1&format=json

The call will have this result:

{"event":
   {"lastModified":"2010-12-15T17:51:47",
   "selectedDate":"2012-05-15T09:00:51",
   "visibility":"public",
   "location":"Berlin",
   "publishSearchEngines":true,
   "hostId":302087225,
   "country":"DE",
   "id":51698989,
   "title":"Put your event title here",
   "timezone":"Europe/Berlin",
   "organisatorDisplayName":"Rockstar Developer",
   "creationTime":"2010-12-15T17:51:47",
   "longitude":0,
   "language":"en",
   "latitude":0,
   "identifier":"XEUEEQS"
},
"success":true}

What to do next?

  • Visit the documentation here.
  • Start with our Java examples here.