You can access your Macrometa GDN account using several methods. They are described below.
The methods are described below. For a more robust code example, refer to Auth Example - Connect to GDN.
API keys are the recommended authentication method for access by apps and APIs.
- You can apply granular permissions to API keys. For more information, refer to Permissions.
- You can manage API keys in multiple ways, including the web console.
For more information about API keys, refer to API Keys.
User authentication is the familiar email and password pair. This is the default authentication method for users signing in to Macrometa accounts.
- You can apply granular permissions to user accounts. For more information, refer to Permissions.
- You can manage users in multiple ways, including the web console.
For more information about user authentication, refer to User Authentication.
You can authenticate with Macrometa GDN via JSON web tokens (JWTs). The JWTs in GDN expire after 12 hours unless renewed.
For more information about JWTs, refer to JWTs.