Authentication

Simbla's REST API lets you interact with your Database by sending an HTTP request. 

There are two authentication methods for using the API:

1. Using user and password. 
-Using this method you will need to login using your username and password, -receive a token and use it in any further requests.
-Access to the API using this method will be granted according to the user's permissions.
2. Using MasterK. This method is not recommended!
- It will give full privileges to any one that holds the MasterK.
- MasterK can not be replaced or disabled.

In the following examples we will use the user and password authentication method.

Simbla's API URL - https://apps.simbla.com/parse.

In order to use the API you would need your App ID, username and password.

You can find your App ID under the settings tab in your Database.

In the following example we will use PostMan for sending the requests.

1. Generate a Post request to https://apps.simbla.com/parse/login

2. Add an header parameter -  X-Parse-Application-Id – the database’s identifier.



3. Add username and password in the body as URL-encoded parameters.



The response body is a JSON object containing the user-provided fields. It also contains the createdAt, updatedAt, objectId, and sessionToken fields.

Once you receive the session token you simply add it to the header of any next request you make as:
X-Parse-Session-Token: tokenValue


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Trying to create a website for their own business, Simbla's founders recognized, over the years, a lack of excellent, simple tools available on the market. Therefore, in 2013 Simbla was founded, for the purpose of providing a smart and easy website building solution for all types of businesses. Simbla's founders have more than 15 years of experience with web-based platforms and website building. We are helping SMB's to create a web presence and to evolve easily into a highly competitive market.

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