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passbase/passbase-php

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# Introduction Welcome to the Passbase Verifications API docs. This documentation will help you understand our models and the Verification API with its endpoints. Based on this you can build your own system (i.e. verification) and hook it up to Passbase. In case of feedback or questions you can reach us under this email address: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]). A User submits a video selfie and valid identifying __Resources__ during a __Verification__ guided by the Passbase client-side integration. Once all the necessary __Resources__ are submitted, __Data points__ are extracted, digitized, and authenticated. These Data points then becomes part of the User's __Identity__. The User then consents to share __Resources__ and/or __Data points__ from their Identity with you. This information is passed to you and can be used to make decisions about a User (e.g. activate account). This table below explains our terminology further. | Term | Description | |-----------------------------------------|-------------| | [Identity](#tag/identity_model) | A set of Data points and Resources related to and owned by one single User. This data can be accessed by you through a Verification. | | Data points | Any data about a User extracted from a Resource (E.g. Passport Number, or Age). | | [Resource](#tag/resource_model) | A source document used to generate the Data points for a User (E.g. Passport). | | [User](#tag/user_model) | The owner of an email address associated with an Identity. | | Verification | A transaction through which a User consents to share Data points with you. If the Data points you request are not already available in the User's Identity, the Passbase client will ask the User to submit the necessary Resource required to extract them. | | Re-authentication (login) | A transaction through which a User can certify the ownership of Personal data previously shared through an Authentication. | # Authentication There are two forms of authentication for the API: • API Key • Bearer JWT Token

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bubnov-mikhail/landedcostcalculationapi

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Landed Cost API providing duty rates, calculation, and item harmonization. A set of sample requests are available as a [Postman Collection](https://www.getpostman.com/collections/ad308f6c9351a18c2c12). ## Basics ### Timestamps Timestamps should be formatted using ISO-8601 to the nearest second, in UTC e.g `2015-06-12T09:17:37Z` ### Expiries All Requests will have an associated timestamp. The validity for any request is 1 minute to account for any clock-skew. ## Authorization All API requests require an http header that contains your account ID and your account API Key. During account provisioning, you will be issued an API Key which you must supply with every request. ### Authorization Header To make an authorized API request, set the following HTTP header: `authorization: avalaraapikey id: key:`

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bank-io/bankio-sdk-php

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# Summary The **NextGenPSD2** *Framework Version 1.3.6* (with errata) offers a modern, open, harmonised and interoperable set of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) as the safest and most efficient way to provide data securely. The NextGenPSD2 Framework reduces XS2A complexity and costs, addresses the problem of multiple competing standards in Europe and, aligned with the goals of the Euro Retail Payments Board, enables European banking customers to benefit from innovative products and services ('Banking as a Service') by granting TPPs safe and secure (authenticated and authorised) access to their bank accounts and financial data. The possible Approaches are: * Redirect SCA Approach * OAuth SCA Approach * Decoupled SCA Approach * Embedded SCA Approach without SCA method * Embedded SCA Approach with only one SCA method available * Embedded SCA Approach with Selection of a SCA method Not every message defined in this API definition is necessary for all approaches. Furthermore this API definition does not differ between methods which are mandatory, conditional, or optional. Therefore for a particular implementation of a Berlin Group PSD2 compliant API it is only necessary to support a certain subset of the methods defined in this API definition. **Please have a look at the implementation guidelines if you are not sure which message has to be used for the approach you are going to use.** ## Some General Remarks Related to this version of the OpenAPI Specification: * **This API definition is based on the Implementation Guidelines of the Berlin Group PSD2 API.** It is not a replacement in any sense. The main specification is (at the moment) always the Implementation Guidelines of the Berlin Group PSD2 API. * **This API definition contains the REST-API for requests from the PISP to the ASPSP.** * **This API definition contains the messages for all different approaches defined in the Implementation Guidelines.** * According to the OpenAPI-Specification [https://github.com/OAI/OpenAPI-Specification/blob/master/versions/3.0.1.md] "If in is "header" and the name field is "Accept", "Content-Type" or "Authorization", the parameter definition SHALL be ignored." The element "Accept" will not be defined in this file at any place. The elements "Content-Type" and "Authorization" are implicitly defined by the OpenApi tags "content" and "security". * There are several predefined types which might occur in payment initiation messages, but are not used in the standard JSON messages in the Implementation Guidelines. Therefore they are not used in the corresponding messages in this file either. We added them for the convenience of the user. If there is a payment product, which needs these fields, one can easily use the predefined types. But the ASPSP need not to accept them in general. * **We omit the definition of all standard HTTP header elements (mandatory/optional/conditional) except they are mentioned in the Implementation Guidelines.** Therefore the implementer might add these in his own realisation of a PSD2 comlient API in addition to the elements defined in this file. ## General Remarks on Data Types The Berlin Group definition of UTF-8 strings in context of the PSD2 API has to support at least the following characters a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 / - ? : ( ) . , ' + Space

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piurafunk/docker-php

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The Engine API is an HTTP API served by Docker Engine. It is the API the Docker client uses to communicate with the Engine, so everything the Docker client can do can be done with the API. Most of the client's commands map directly to API endpoints (e.g. `docker ps` is `GET /containers/json`). The notable exception is running containers, which consists of several API calls. # Errors The API uses standard HTTP status codes to indicate the success or failure of the API call. The body of the response will be JSON in the following format: ``` { "message": "page not found" } ``` # Versioning The API is usually changed in each release, so API calls are versioned to ensure that clients don't break. To lock to a specific version of the API, you prefix the URL with its version, for example, call `/v1.30/info` to use the v1.30 version of the `/info` endpoint. If the API version specified in the URL is not supported by the daemon, a HTTP `400 Bad Request` error message is returned. If you omit the version-prefix, the current version of the API (v1.40) is used. For example, calling `/info` is the same as calling `/v1.40/info`. Using the API without a version-prefix is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Engine releases in the near future should support this version of the API, so your client will continue to work even if it is talking to a newer Engine. The API uses an open schema model, which means server may add extra properties to responses. Likewise, the server will ignore any extra query parameters and request body properties. When you write clients, you need to ignore additional properties in responses to ensure they do not break when talking to newer daemons. # Authentication Authentication for registries is handled client side. The client has to send authentication details to various endpoints that need to communicate with registries, such as `POST /images/(name)/push`. These are sent as `X-Registry-Auth` header as a Base64 encoded (JSON) string with the following structure: ``` { "username": "string", "password": "string", "email": "string", "serveraddress": "string" } ``` The `serveraddress` is a domain/IP without a protocol. Throughout this structure, double quotes are required. If you have already got an identity token from the [`/auth` endpoint](#operation/SystemAuth), you can just pass this instead of credentials: ``` { "identitytoken": "9cbaf023786cd7..." } ```

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maxvaer/docker-openapi-php-client

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The Engine API is an HTTP API served by Docker Engine. It is the API the Docker client uses to communicate with the Engine, so everything the Docker client can do can be done with the API. Most of the client's commands map directly to API endpoints (e.g. `docker ps` is `GET /containers/json`). The notable exception is running containers, which consists of several API calls. # Errors The API uses standard HTTP status codes to indicate the success or failure of the API call. The body of the response will be JSON in the following format: ``` { "message": "page not found" } ``` # Versioning The API is usually changed in each release, so API calls are versioned to ensure that clients don't break. To lock to a specific version of the API, you prefix the URL with its version, for example, call `/v1.30/info` to use the v1.30 version of the `/info` endpoint. If the API version specified in the URL is not supported by the daemon, a HTTP `400 Bad Request` error message is returned. If you omit the version-prefix, the current version of the API (v1.40) is used. For example, calling `/info` is the same as calling `/v1.40/info`. Using the API without a version-prefix is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Engine releases in the near future should support this version of the API, so your client will continue to work even if it is talking to a newer Engine. The API uses an open schema model, which means server may add extra properties to responses. Likewise, the server will ignore any extra query parameters and request body properties. When you write clients, you need to ignore additional properties in responses to ensure they do not break when talking to newer daemons. # Authentication Authentication for registries is handled client side. The client has to send authentication details to various endpoints that need to communicate with registries, such as `POST /images/(name)/push`. These are sent as `X-Registry-Auth` header as a Base64 encoded (JSON) string with the following structure: ``` { "username": "string", "password": "string", "email": "string", "serveraddress": "string" } ``` The `serveraddress` is a domain/IP without a protocol. Throughout this structure, double quotes are required. If you have already got an identity token from the [`/auth` endpoint](#operation/SystemAuth), you can just pass this instead of credentials: ``` { "identitytoken": "9cbaf023786cd7..." } ```

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