During development, you can make use of the testing "sandbox" environment.
- All data stored on sandbox is regularly wiped.
- Authorization tokens distributed by the sandbox token generator work only in the development environment.
- Transactions are always approved.
All endpoints described as part of the MEDKit REST API are available in this environment, as well as the one "sandbox-only" endpoint for obtaining a testing token. Simply switch the URL of the requests from
sandboxy.muxy.io to change environments.
|Use POST to obtain a JWT to authorize calls in the development environment, for a specific user with a given role.
You can provide a single user ID, or a set of user IDs to authorize several users with the same role.
There are two types of user ID:
- A Twitch User ID is a string-encoded number; for example, "27419011".
- A Twitch Opaque ID (for users who have not granted the extension access to their Twitch User ID) is a string starting with
U, followed by numbers and letters; for example, "U12X345T6J7". If the user is not currently logged into Twitch, this field will have a string starting with
By default, extensions are only given a user's Opaque ID which cannot be used to identify the user's Twitch Account. Users are able to "share" their true Twitch identity with an extension, which will then be made available from within the SDK.
MEDKit can use whichever one is available as a unique identifier for the user, however an extension may want to limit features to only users who have shared their User ID with the extension.
SDK instance, in either the
For more information, see the Twitch documentation.