Getting a Developer Account

The AirMap API gives you access to a wide range of airspace services for you to use in building your own apps or devices.

AirMap Developer Account

Before you begin, you will need to get a developer account and an API key so you can make API calls. Here are the steps to getting an account:

  1. Sign up for a free AirMap account on the Developer Portal
  2. Apply to become a developer (first organization will be approved instantly)
  3. Create a new organization
  4. Create a new app
  5. Generate an API key
  6. Provide Callback URL to generate a Client ID
Create a new organization when applying to become a developerCreate a new organization when applying to become a developer

Create a new organization when applying to become a developer

Add a new applicationAdd a new application

Add a new application

Generate an API key to use the applicationGenerate an API key to use the application

Generate an API key to use the application

Provide a Callback URL to generate a Client IDProvide a Callback URL to generate a Client ID

Provide a Callback URL to generate a Client ID

Use the Config JSON object containing your API key and Client IDUse the Config JSON object containing your API key and Client ID

Use the Config JSON object containing your API key and Client ID

AirMap Services

AirMap services can be accessed using a combination of the AirMap APIs and the SDKs. Currently, we offer SDKs for both web (JavaScript) and mobile (iOS/Android).

Getting Help

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Updated about a year ago

Getting a Developer Account


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