The Hurdlr API is a RESTful API that follows the standard OAuth 2.0 protocol that your development team is likely already familiar with.

The Hurdlr API accepts JSON payloads and returns JSON responses. Once you have registered your user with the Hurdlr API, you will receive an OAuth 2.0 access_token, which you should store in your own database and associate with your user.

Per OAuth 2.0 protocols, all subsequent API requests on behalf of your user should include the user's access_token in the request headers.

curl \
  --request GET \
  --url \
  --header 'Authorization: Bearer ${access_token}' \
  --header 'Content-Type: application/json' \

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