Getting started with a new API is not always the easiest thing. Sometimes it’s hard to know how to get started. To help make things easier for developers, HubSpot is releasing a number of new examples in PHP and Node.js. There are too many examples to include here but a couple of...
This update features information about a new JS minifier and about API Key rotation best practices and tools to help you remember to rotate those key.
For this week’s round up we rolled 3 updates together with an improved experience in the developer tools and 2 APIs moving from developer preview to general availability.
Update: These changes are now live, and the
demo API key will only be allowed to make GET requests.
When HubSpot launched our first public APIs in 2010, we created our public API demo account so that developers would have an account that could be used to test those new APIs. This was years before...
Today we are announcing three new updates to Developer Accounts. A new home screen for Developer Accounts, masking the client secret, and adding an option to specify a redirect URL for your applications.
Beginning on January 7, the developer forums will be migrated from integrate.hubspot.com to community.hubspot.com --- the same platform as the HubSpot customer and CMS developer forums. The migration will conclude on January 29th.
Update: The deadline to migrate existing HTTP webhook URLs is being moved from Tuesday, December 4th 2018 to Tuesday, January 15th 2019.
New feature: Rate limit information headers
Integrators can add support information to their in-app listing via their app settings in their developer portal