The Social Feed API uses
Authorization header to authenticate requests. An example of providing this header item is shown in the following curl command.
In a Linux/Unix/macOS environment:
In Windows PowerShell:
This document covers:
You can find your access token by making a request to
Login endpoint with the following curl command.
You must provide a valid username and password to obtain a bearer token.
- If everything works well, you'll receive an HTTP 200 response with the following JSON body containing authentication information.
Below is an example response returned from the request above.
Awesome! now you have the authentication information which includes:
bearerToken: You need to use this token in
Authorizationheader to access any Social Feed API endpoints.
jwtExpirationDateInMillisecondsThe: The token lifetime in seconds.
refreshToken: If your access token expires, use the refresh token to request for a new access token.