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The Gigya Python SDK by Gigya allows interaction with the API services of identity, profiles, and recognition, characteristics that allow to create personalized user experiences based on digital behavior. On the site, developers can find a guide to obtain Api Key and Secret Key. Code show how to send requests and handle responses with optional security measures.
The Gigya PHP SDK by Gigya interacts with the API features of profile identity to create customized user experiences. The guide available explains how to obtain the Api Key and the Secret Key. It also displays how to define requests, add parameters, send requests, and handle responses. The SDK works with PHP 5.x.
The Gigya Java SDK by Gigya allows interaction with the API with the aim to implement identity features into an application. While developing, Gigya recommends to use the library available on the site. Resources explain how to obtain the Api Key and the Secret Key.
The Gigya .NET SDK by Gigya aims to simplify the integration of the API into an application. Resources provide a guide to access the Api Key and the Secret Key. Additional references display how to log in, send requests, and receive responses with optional security measures. The Gigya SDK requires .NET framework 3.5+
The Gigya iOS SDK by Gigya interacts with the API, providing the opportunity to aggregate identity and personal information management to Apple applications. Steps to integrate include setup, a getting started guide, initialization, user login, and instructions to send requests.
Gigya Android SDK by Gigya interacts with the API capabilities of personal information management. Right after downloading the SDK zip file, developers can add to AndroidManifest.xml, obtain an Api Key, initialize, log the user, and send requests.