Introduction to RainMaker APIs

RainMaker cloud supports two types of APIs: Unauthenticated and Authenticated. Unauthenticated APIs do not have any authentication tokens in the HTTP header and will receive access_token in the response when users log in successfully. Authenticated APIs are marked in the Swagger file with a "lock" sign in the front. Their access_token needs to be passed for authentification in the Authorization HTTP header.

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When smartphones communicate with the RainMaker cloud, the underlying protocol is HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS). HTTPS can authenticate the server to protect the privacy and integrity of the exchange data. The HTTPS body received by the RainMaker cloud is in JSON format.