Auth Armor has a simple easy to use REST based API. You can find the Swagger documentation here: https://api.autharmor.com
The API has two endpoints. One for Invites, and one for Auth Requests.
Authentication to the API is done via Oauth Client Credentials.
To start using the API, you'll need to generate some API credentials. Head over to API Access for your project.
Here you can add, view and manage your current API credentials.
To Create a new API Client, simply click the add tile.
You'll need to provide a nickname for your client, something you can reference later, a description is optional, then you need to select the permissions for the client. API Credentials can have one or both permissions.
After you create your client, you will see the client_id and client_secret.
Be sure to copy the secret. You will not be able to get it again. You will be able to create additional secrets later if needed.
Once the client is created, you will see it's management page. Here you can add more secrets or manage the existing secrets.
You can disable a secret if needed.
Once you have your API access, you can start using the API.
Postman is a great tool and will consume the Swagger json file (https://api.autharmor.com/swagger/v1/swagger.json)
You can find more API Access info here: Api Access
You can set Postman to use Oauth2 Client Credentials for Authentication.
Now you are ready to use the API. Auth Armor also offers several libraries and SDK's to help with development. Be sure to check out our GitHub page at https://github.com/autharmor