Get started in 5 minutes ⚡
1. Sign up 🚀
Star your free trial at https://www.apilytics.io/register. You can start your free trial without assigning a credit card. We use magic links for authentication, so you don’t have to remember your password.
2. Grab your API key 🔑
After you've signed up and finished up your account, you can register your APIs using what we call "origins".
These are plain APIs that correspond to one source that sends their data to our middleware. Each origin will have a dedicated API key that will link your origins to your account.
You can create a new origin from the origins view by clicking the "Add Origin" button. You need to give a unique name to your origin which will be used to identify it.
After you've created your origin, you will be taken to the dashboard, and you can see your API key. This is all you need to do in the UI side for getting started. You can also access your API key later in the origin settings.
3. Install the open source middleware 👨💻
Our open-source middlewares are easy to integrate with your backend. We currently have plug & play solutions for the following frameworks:
See instructions for integrating other frameworks here. The service is still in beta, and we're working hard to add more integrations ASAP.
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Easy to use
API monitoring doesn't have to be hard. Unfortunately with the most tools out there, that is the case though. Apilytics is here to fix that. Our 5-minute installation is one of the corner stones why you should pick Apilytics.
Apilytics middlewares are super lightweight, fast and they will cause no performance impact on your APIs whatsoever.
Our privacy-friendly approach lets you be in control of your data, making Apilytics a great fit for anyone aware of their privacy. Our open source middlewares allow you to see exactly what data leaves your servers.
We want to be transparent on how we process the data of our users. This is why we have open sourced 100% of our client middleware code, keeping our users updated on what data from their API is processed.