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When developing logic to parse any data returned from Gigya it is important to ensure that your code does not use strict serialization/deserialization and is able to iterate through the response's properties, as opposed to expecting a finite number of specific properties. Gigya may add properties without notice and your code should be designed to handle/ignore any unexpected properties gracefully.

 

Internal Methods

Gigya services use numerous methods within our SDKs to perform specific internal functions to support our public APIs and methods. These methods are subject to change at any time without notice. You should never use any undocumented APIs or methods within your implementations or your integration may fail if these methods are updated.

 

API Key and Site Setup

Gigya plugins and API calls require passing an API key. The API key is a unique key, which is used to verify that API calls are made from an authorized domain. You may obtain your Gigya API key from the Site Dashboard of the Gigya Console (see also the Site Setup documentation).

Development on localhost: For development and testing purposes, it is possible to run Gigya on 'localhost' and with any valid API key. You do not have to sign up in order to run a test on your localhost. You may use the API key that is provided in the various code samples throughout the wiki (see Working Code Examples). Copy the code, and run it on your localhost without any change. After signing up for the domain on which you will deploy, you may use your API key for development on localhost.

Deployment: Before deploying, you must complete your Site Setup, including Configuring Social Network Application Keys. Please make sure that all the pages that use Gigya API include your unique API key. Make sure that the domain name from which you load the pages is the same domain name that you used for generating the API key.

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