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The Enode API is designed to make smart charging applications easy to develop. We provide an abstraction layer that reduces the complexity when extracting vehicle data and sending commands to vehicles from a variety of manufacturers.
The API has a RESTful architecture and utilizes OAuth2 authorization.
We are always available to handle any issues or just answer your questions. Feel free to reach out on [email protected]
Registration for API access
In order to use the API you will need a clientid and clientsecret. Please contact us if you are interested in using our API in production, and we will provide these credentials.
Vehicle / hardware access via the Enode API is granted to your application by the User in a standard OAuth Authorization Code flow.
> The authorization scheme documented here is the recommended approach for most situations. However, it is also possible to user other OAuth flows, non-confidential clients, and temporary users. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about your use-case or the integration of your existing infrastructure.
Preparation: Configure your OAuth client
Because Enode API implements the OAuth 2.0 spec completely and without modifications, you can avoid rolling your own OAuth client implementation and instead use a well-supported and battle-tested implementation. This is strongly recommended. Information on available OAuth clients for many languages is available here
To configure your chosen OAuth client, you will need these details:
Authorization URL: https://link.test.enode.io/oauth2/auth
Token URL: https://link.test.enode.io/oauth2/token