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Authentication

The Boost Platform APIs use the OAuth 2.0 Client Credentials Grant flow. This HTTP authentication scheme requires that a valid token is provided with every API request. As such, we will provide you with a unique Client ID, and a private Client Secret that you will use to generate a token to access the Platform.

From there, the first step in any process is to request a token from our Authentication Endpoint using your Client ID and Client Secret. This token will be used in subsequent API requests.

See Boost’s API Docs for more information about this process.

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