The Arlo API integration is our most flexible and customised integration method. It is designed for very skilled developers to integrate Arlo onto their website.
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Before beginning a custom API integration using our Arlo API we recommend the following:
- Assess your technical resources and consider the time factor - Does your Organisation have the required skills and resources in-house, to build a custom API integration? A custom API integration can be a lengthy, resource-heavy project, that should only be attempted by skilled developers familiar with RESTFUL API's.
- Consider one of our pre-built website integration methods to get your Arlo website integration up and running more quickly:
- Have a chat with a member of our technical support team. If you are unsure or are still sitting on the fence as to whether to pursue an API integration, you can book onto a paid, technical consultation session with a member of our web team to find out whether an API integration is the right option for you.
You can read more about the various API integration solutions below.
Because of the bespoke nature of an API integration, our support team are unable to assist with any API integrated website-related support issues/tickets.
OurPub REST API is designed for Arlo website integrations and is optimised for displaying event (including pricing and discount info), presenter and venue information.
We recommend utilising our Auth REST API for CRM/Back-office system integrations. The Auth REST API is designed specifically for systems integration (server to server calls) and allows deep access into the Arlo object model.
This API is more complex to use, and is intended to be used for integrating with external systems such as CRMs. Visit our Auth REST API developer documentation for more information.
The Arlo .Net client is available for developers looking to integrate Arlo into a website running .Net. Included with the client is a set of controls that allows you to produce a wide range of designs. Live example: The University of Auckland's website.