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Hi Guys,I'm playing around with the mobile app development service Tiggzi: https://www.tiggzi.comIn it they have the ability to connect to a REST service to populate your app. To set up the REST connection I am presented with the following fields:URL: which is https://api.myintervals.comMethod: (I am using GET)Data type: options are json,jsonp,XML (which is best?)Simple enough. Then I have the option to include Request Parameters and I can add any number of parameters and their values and there is a "Header" check box.In this environment how do I include my token or handle authorization?Thanks in advance- Chris
Data type: Try using json and see if that works.A header named "Accept", needs to be sent. It's value will be "application/json" if using json from above. This will instruct the API to respond with JSON format so it coincides with the tiggzi API.Authorization is handled by sending a header called "Authorization" with the value "token:X" where token is your API token encoded in base 64. ":X" is just placeholder for a password but we don't use that so disregard it.
Thanks for the quick response Jaime. I set up the parameters as you instructed and the response I continue to get is: <html><head><title>400 Bad Request</title></head><body bgcolor="white"><center><h1>400 Bad Request</h1></center><hr><center>nginx</center></body></html>Any further help you can supply would be appreciated.
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