Commit 501081c2 authored by Jared Kosanovic's avatar Jared Kosanovic
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Merge branch 'INPLATFORM-710-domain-name-update' into 'master'

INPLATFORM-710: Update documentation to point to new API Store domain name

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## The Developer Portal
A developer portal allows self-service access to use APIs, but also serves documentation and provides links to other resources that might be useful for developers and less-technically savvy integrators.
WSO2 API Cloud offers their [API Store](https://api.wisc.edu/) as their developer portal product.
WSO2 API Cloud offers their [API Store](https://wso2apistore.services.wisc.edu/) as their developer portal product.
[developer.wisc.edu](https://developer.wisc.edu/) is our current developer portal to help supplement WSO2's API Store with additional documentation.
This developer portal is a proof of concept.
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This change also doesn't affect the API Publisher interface or any domain names for the WSO2 API Cloud test environment.
For any questions or feedback on this change, please email `integration-platform@doit.wisc.edu`
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For any questions or feedback on this change, please email integration-platform@doit.wisc.edu
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The current API catalog is on the [WSO2 API Store](https://api.wisc.edu/).
The current API catalog is on the [WSO2 API Store](https://wso2apistore.services.wisc.edu/).
Please see the [documentation](../../subscribe-to-apis) for more information on using WSO2 API Store.
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## Store
https://api.wisc.edu
https://wso2apistore.services.wisc.edu
The API store allows API subscribers to browse for APIs, interact with documentation, and create an application to integrate with an API.
API subscribers can create applications, which are a collection of subscriptions to one or many APIs.
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Do not share access tokens.
The information in this article references configurations set in the application information in the API Store.
To follow along, go to the [API Store](https://api.wisc.edu), click "Applications", and click on an application (e.g. Default Application).
To follow along, go to the [API Store](https://wso2apistore.services.wisc.edu), click "Applications", and click on an application (e.g. Default Application).
Then, click on either `Sandbox Keys` or `Production Keys`.
## Keys
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![Grant types in the API Store](./images/grant-types.png)
You can configure which grant types are supported by your application in the [API Store](https://api.wisc.edu).
You can configure which grant types are supported by your application in the [API Store](https://wso2apistore.services.wisc.edu).
The grant types you should use depend on the kind of application you're using, and the type of data exposed by the API you're using.
Below are some recommendations for the grant types we recommend using, when to use them, and the grant types we don't recommend.
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Go to: [https://api.wisc.edu](https://api.wisc.edu).
Go to: [https://wso2apistore.services.wisc.edu](https://wso2apistore.services.wisc.edu).
There you will see all APIs represented as tiles.
Since you aren’t logged in yet, you can only search and browse publicly available APIs.
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Navigate to the Terms API and open the API-details page. In the Applications panel, if ‘DefaultApplication’ is not selected, please select it.
> *If you have been working with in the API Store at [https:/api.wisc.edu](https://api.wisc.edu) for some time before coming to this tutorial, you may have deleted your DefaultApplication.
> *If you have been working with in the API Store at [https:/api.wisc.edu](https://wso2apistore.services.wisc.edu) for some time before coming to this tutorial, you may have deleted your DefaultApplication.
In this case, select an existing Application from the drop-down or see [How to Create a WSO2 Application](../../how-to-guides/how-to-create-a-wso2-application) to learn how you create a new Application.*
Notice that in the Tiers drop-down there is just the Bronze tier for the Terms API.
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