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It's pretty simple, you just append your key to the URL as a parameter. For example, looking for users 1 and 5: http://api.stackexchange.com/2.2/users/1;5?site=stackoverflow&key=YOUR_KEY_HERE So, it looks like your HTTP.call would become: HTTP.call ( "GET", urlString, {params:{site:"stackoverflow", key:"YOUR_KEY_HERE"}}, function ...


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Reference: Stack Exchange API Authentication Looking for a beginner's tutorial to using the API Yeah the registration form now says, "Website URL is required". So, if you don't have your own website: Enter stackexchange.com as the Application Website. Enter stackexchange.com as the OAuth Domain. This will allow you to use ...


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The page where you can find the API key for your registered application says that the key doesn't need to be kept secret: [The key] is not considered a secret, and may be safely embed [sic] in client side code or distributed binaries. Abuse is typically an issue for the end-user, so you shouldn't be concerned about it beyond recognizing backoff ...



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