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api.ecota.co v2

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Version: 1.0.0


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Description

The API ecotaco allows you to connect, create an account,
manage your credit cards and order rides.
Authentication
Ecotaco API use a system of application key and authentification token.
Application key :
The application key is generated by Ecota.co and unique to an application.
Before accessing EcoTa.co APIs, you need to register your application. Please supply the following information to [email protected]:
Application name
Company (if appropriate)
Contact name, phone and address
Contact email
Is this a web application, a desktop application, or an application running on a device?
Short description of your application
It must be passed on request : "accounts -> login", "accounts -> facebook login" and "accounts -> register" .
Authentification token :
The authentification token is retrieved at login or register of an user.
It must be passed in request for authenticate action in Authorization HTTP header.
Example :
Authorization: Token token=e55887022c1aca4c86abcc49e85ceb8a0c855d2af4d9fac75c08040a583dcde4
Language
On some of our resources, we filter the content displayed based on the Accept-Language header.
If the language is not defined or if we don't use the language defined in this header, we automatically use French as the default language.
EcoTa.co currently support two languages: English, French. ("en" and "fr")
Encoding
All requests and answers on EcoTa.co are in UTF-8.

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api.ecota.co v2

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The API ecotaco allows you to connect, create an account,
manage your credit cards and order rides.
Authentication
Ecotaco API use a system of application key and authentification token.
Application key :
The application key is generated by Ecota.co and unique to an application.
Before accessing EcoTa.co APIs, you need to register your application. Please supply the following information to [email protected]:
Application name
Company (if appropriate)
Contact name, phone and address
Contact email
Is this a web application, a desktop application, or an application running on a device?
Short description of your application
It must be passed on request : "accounts -> login", "accounts -> facebook login" and "accounts -> register" .
Authentification token :
The authentification token is retrieved at login or register of an user.
It must be passed in request for authenticate action in Authorization HTTP header.
Example :
Authorization: Token token=e55887022c1aca4c86abcc49e85ceb8a0c855d2af4d9fac75c08040a583dcde4
Language
On some of our resources, we filter the content displayed based on the Accept-Language header.
If the language is not defined or if we don't use the language defined in this header, we automatically use French as the default language.
EcoTa.co currently support two languages: English, French. ("en" and "fr")
Encoding
All requests and answers on EcoTa.co are in UTF-8.

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