For a list of terms and an overview of key concepts, see Key Concepts.
To experience the platform and make an API call, follow the below steps:
Navigate to developer.nium.com.
Click the Get API Keys button in the upper-right corner.
Click the Sign up link at the bottom.
Enter your email address and click the Continue button.
Fill in all the fields to create an account.
Click the Terms and Conditions checkbox.
After the Sign up button becomes enabled, click it to continue. Then you will see if sign up was successful.
A verification email was sent to the email address you entered earlier. If you don't see an email from Nium Developer, then check your Spam folder.
Open Nium's email and click the Verify button inside. That opens a browser tab stating you've been verified.
Click Close to open the Sign In page where you can enter your credentials and then click the Sign in button.
The API Manager page displays your unique Client Hash ID which will be used on the API page later.
To get your IP address, google
what is my ip.
Copy your IP to the Clipboard and paste it into the IP Addresses field.
NOTE: If you want to add more IP addresses, click the Add IP Address link.
The Validity Period defaults to Forever, but you can change how long you want your API credentials to be valid by selecting other options from this dropdown.
Click the Generate API Key button to see your unique key in a pop-up dialog.
This dialog appears only once, so copy your unique API Key and paste it somewhere secure and easy to access, such as emailing it to yourself.
Navigate to Nium's Developer portal at docs.nium.com and click API Documentation.
Click the JUMP TO search box in the upper-left corner and start typing to see a list of APIs to select from. For example, type
Your unique API Key should still be on your Clipboard. If not, find where you saved it and copy it to the Clipboard.
In the Authentication Header field, paste your API Key.
From your previous browser tab, copy the Client Hash ID to the Clipboard.
Then paste your Hash ID in the Path Params
Some APIs (not all) require an additional unique UUID value to help you track API calls.
If your API requires this field, enter a string that has meaning to you, such as the date or time of your API call, into the Headers
Click the Try It button to run your API call. Then you will see a Request and Response similar to the following:
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