Better than any royalty free or stock photos. Together, these define decisions about your own API. The curated collection API endpoints have been removed by Unsplash back in October. Photo by Carolyn V on Unsplash Recap. Lemme show you first: They use the Unsplash API to do it and here’s an article about that. Only after that do you get your unique API key with which you can access the photos on the site. CHANGED: Removed the deprecated Unsplash API endpoints which includes the curated options unfortunately. Can I pass the auth object directly to Google API endpoints? env. Together, these define decisions about your own API. So I challenge you to add something extra to the project to make it your own. Okay now let me explain what is going on in the code above. So ensure you're not off limit. For example, https://api.unsplash.com/categories has no endpoint. You can find it here. Dummy API Ready to use API Service full of dummy fake data Data sandbox API for playing around with real users and post data. Developers must first register on Unplash in order to use the API. Because our .then() returns another promise object, we have to use another .then() on it to get access to our data from our api request. Every image returned by the Unsplash API is a dynamic image URL, which means that it can be manipulated to create new transformations of the image by simply adjusting the query parameters of the image URL. In this communication, we are making a “request” to Unsplash’s server to get access to some of their images, so we can use them for our image gallery. Now let’s share some fun APIs! What this means is that if you ever wanted to host this project or to use an API in a future website or application, you will need to look into how to hide your API keys properly. Some APIs have just one endpoint, responding to only one type of request. When logged to the console we will get back a promise object. The
are used in our html for styling purposes. Then, on the page for the app you just registered, take note of the two unique keys you’ve been given to access the API, the ‘Access Key’ and the ‘Secret Key,’ which you’ll need when you make certain requests, depending on the permissions required.