"Legacy" API endpoints used for managing applications and API clients (including both application and client settings). Although still supported, we recommend that you use the Configuration API's Clients and Settings endpoints instead.
In addition to reference information for each endpoint, this section of the documentation includes the following articles:
Create an API Client.
Clear the IP allow list for an API client. The allow list specifies the IP addresses that can make API calls using the client.
Remove an API client.
View information about your API clients.
Reset the client secret for an API client.
Change the name (i.e., the description) of an API client.
Modify the features of an API client. Features determine the permissions available to a client; for example, the login_client feature enables a client to be employed in user logins and registrations.
Update the allow list for an API client. The allow list specifies the IP addresses that can make API calls using the client.
Delete an API client key.
Delete an application key.
View the specified key value for an API client.
View the value of an application key.
View multiple keys and key values for an API client.
View all the client settings for an API client.
View all the keys assigned to an API client.
Assign a key-value pair to an application.
Update an application key.
Assign multiple keys to an application.
Assign multiple settings to an API client.
Remove the published settings for an API client.
View the published settings for an API client.
View your published settings files.
Publish settings to a JSON file.