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Setting up a development environment

Before you get to the fun stuff, you have to set up a local environment to help you test the APIs while you go through the documentation. If you have worked with APIs before, you can just jump to the documentation part. If you are a beginner and want to learn how to get ready, continue reading below.

Code Editor/IDE

You will need a code editor or an integrated development environment to code with. Below are some of the most popular ones:

Visual Studio Code
API calling tools

You may also find these tools useful for calling API endpoints manually:

Now that you have downloaded your IDE, and have set up your environment, you can continue to the Next steps on how to create an account and an app in the developer portal so that you can use the APIs.