To start your development journey, create an account on Console. Our back office platform allows you to create applications, get API keys, choose the products you want to integrate with, and successfully set up an open banking integration.
In this guide, you'll set up an app to start testing with our products.
Register for Console by using single sign-on (using your Google or GitHub accounts), or with your email address and password. You'll be guided through our registration wizard straight away.
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Now you've created your Console account, create an application and get your keys to start using our APIs.
Use the window in Console to name your application. By default, Console opens in the sandbox environment, so you can use this application to test your integration.
You can also click the Create App + button at the top of the screen to create a new app.
Test with confidence
By default, when you create a new Console account, you'll be in our sandbox environment. In sandbox, you can test your integration without live bank accounts — so without moving any real money.
client_id is a unique string that identifies you as a client. You need to set up a new
client_id for every application you create. You cannot change your
client_id string once you've created it.
client_id must be between 4 and 30 lowercase characters, including letters and numbers. You can't use special characters. Include the name of your business or a variation on it.
Your sandbox account
client_id will always have the prefix sandbox-. You can't add this prefix to a live account
client_id. Sandbox client credentials can only create sandbox
access_tokens, which can only be used to access sandbox resources.
client_secret is a secret key used to authenticate your application. Store this value safely: you'll need it to make API calls. Like your
client_ids, your live and sandbox
client_secrets are slightly different.
You can use sandbox API endpoints to access information (payments, withdrawals, account data, and more) in sandbox. Sandbox endpoints are very similar to live endpoints, but have different domains.
Sandbox environment limitations
Sandbox is intended to facilitate API testing. It does not include a full bank simulation with consistent bank accounts.
If you want, you can add people to your application. Click the Team Members button on the left-hand navigation panel to do so.
Updated 23 days ago