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The Lyyti API is a simple, RESTful HTTP API currently in its second version. One of the core ideas of the REST paradigm is the principle that the API user should not need a lot of documentation, aside from instructions on how to connect and authenticate. Therefore, to get started, we recommend simply building an authentication function, and then exploring the API beginning from its root. You will see all the resources that can be accessed with the API key you are using. The API v2 root address is: https://api.lyyti.com/v2 Calls for a specific resource are formed by combining the root address and the name of the resource, followed by parameters as needed, separated with slashes. For example, requesting the event ID abc123: https://api.lyyti.com/v2/events/abc123