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Lumminary API

lumminary.com

Version: 1.0


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Description

Introduction
The Lumminary API was built to allow third parties to interact with Lumminary customers and gain access to their genetic data. The Lumminary API is fast, scalable and highly secure. All requests to the Lumminary API take place over SSL, which means all communication of Customer data is encrypted.
Before we dive in, some definitions. This is what we mean by:
|Term|Definition|
|-----------|-----------|
|Third party|A third party (also referred to as "partner" or as "you") is a company which offers services and products using genetic data.|
|Lumminary clients|The Lumminary client (also referred to as "customer") is an individual who has created an account on the Lumminary platform.|
|Lumminary|This is us - our services including the Lumminary platform, the API, the DNA App Store, the DNA Vault, the "Connect with Lumminary" button, and the website in its totality. |
|CWL|This is the acronym for the "Connect with Lumminary" button.|
|dataset|This is the term we use when we refer to a customer's genetic data.|
|Lumminary API|This is a library/module that you can use to integrate your apps with the Lumminary platform.|
|Lumminary toolkit|This is a stand alone application which helps you integrate with Lumminary without writing any code or interacting with the Lumminary API.|
Let's dive in, now.
Overview
Install Lumminary API Client and Toolkit
Obtaining credentials
Query customers authorizations
Query customer genetic data
Submit reports
"Connect with Lumminary" button
API specs
Overview
In order to use Lumminary services, you'll need to install the Lumminary API Client or Toolkit. The Lumminary API Client and Toolkit are available in multiple programming languages, and we also provide a sandbox environment which you can use for integration and tests.
There are a couple of differences between the API Client and the Toolkit. Mainly, it's about the ease of use for integration. The Toolkit is basically a stand-alone application that facilitates the integration with the Lumminary API without the need to modify your already existing code.
You use the Lumminary API Client when you want to integrate it inside your own application. This means it gives you full flexibility regarding the integration into your own workflow.
You use the Lumminary Toolkit for an integration where the Toolkit is placed alongside your own application. You can use the Toolkit from the CLI - for example, to run a cronjob that processes incoming orders. The Toolkit uses the Lumminary API Client.
Install Lumminary API Client and/or Toolkit
We provide the Lumminary API Client and Toolkit in multiple programming languages - default are PHP (minimum version 7.0), Python2.7 and Python3. However, if you need them in another language (Java, Obj-C, JavaScript, C#, Perl, CURL), please contact us.
How to install the Lumminary API Client
PHP example:
The PHP Lumminary API Client is available at: https://github.com/Lumminary/lumminary-api-client-php
If you are already using Composer, you can import the project by adding the following to your composer.json
| Error Id | Error Message |
|:-----------------:|:---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| 1 | Invalid Security Token |
| 2 | Invalid Access Scopes |
| 3 | Customer refuses your request (this happens when the customer cancels instead of granting access) |

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