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This guide provides information that will help you get started in our Developer Portal (API Market):
Create an application (app)
Register and Login
Fill in your details to create your account and Sign up. After receiving a confirmation e-mail and completing your account, you will be able to login and start using our test environment.
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Create your app
After you login you can create a new application (app) of your own from the My apps page. This creates an app on the Developer Portal and provides you the app's Client ID and Client Secret. You will also be able to select the APIs your app utilises.
- Choose +Create app:
- Give a name to your app and select a team. OAuth redirect URL can be any random address in Sandbox, you can use for example “localhost.com” and Create app:
OAuth redirect URL is actually not used in Sandbox environment but when applying real Production Access it is important in compliance/PSD2 context and then you have to give a valid address.
- Now the app is created. Copy Client Secret and press Go to sandbox:
Manage your app
Once you have created the app you can manage your app from the App details page. You can also reset your app's Client Secret:
You can manage your app's API subscriptions to different API products by assigning all API products or just some of them to your app from Product list. You need to subscribe for testing purposes to be able to reach out Sandbox and API console test data:
Under Teams/My team you can manage who gets to see and edit your apps. You can change ownership, delete team and add and remove members:
Use and test APIs
Explore our documentation and test our APIs in the API console or by downloading the Swagger files or using Postman and start developing!
All the available end points' descriptions, error responses, request parameters and code examples are listed in:
After creating your app, you can use your app´s Client ID and Client Secret to make API calls to the Sandbox environment. Make sure you have already subscribed to the APIs you want to test in the API console!
You can find your created app in Sandbox Apps dropdown. Reset and copy Client Secret and Try in API console or from API Documentation choose Test in API Console.
Choose from dynamic filter:
- One of your own applications
- Paste Client Secret
- Click Get Token
You can select from available APIs from the Select API dropdown, Select operation and Send Request to get test data in Response Body Parameters:
You can download Swagger files from the documentation pages of the APIs and use the Swagger files for generating server stubs and client SDKs using Swagger-Codegen for your project. Your team can better focus on your API’s implementation and adoption!
Swagger files for different Nordea APIs can also be downloaded from here:
Postman is a REST client for testing APIs. It allows the user to send requests, save responses, add tests and create workflows. You can learn more about Postman here and learn how to use Postman to test APIs here.
Postman collections for different Nordea APIs can be downloaded from here:
Postman collections for different Nordea APIs can be downloaded also from GitHub.