API update: new public API token and JSONP support

By Edouard on September 27, 2011

I just released an update to WebTranslateIt’s API, which now accept two API keys for a project:

  • the usual private token, which authenticates read and write API endpoints,

  • a public token, which only authenticates read API endpoints.

Developers should use the new public token to develop features where the API token will be exposed (when developing a Javascript client for instance). You’ll find the new public token in your project settings.

Finally, WebTranslateIt now supports JSONP for all API endpoints. You will find more information about that in the API documentation.