On Mon, Feb 20, 2017 at 4:40 AM, Michael <michael(a)micatie.com> wrote:
My expectation that it’s simply writing a few lines of
code to login and
then having access to the API was ‘wishful thinking’.
You should probably use one of the existing libraries. You can do a
rudimentary API request in maybe six lines of code, but in practice you'll
want error handling, logging, backoff when the servers are overloaded etc.
which is a lot of boilerplate that existing libraries will handle for you.
It seems going with OAuth will be the right approach, to continue with my
Yeah, it's the recommended method as it frees you from having to deal with
login at all.