As a registered Intel® Cloud Services Platform developer, you can access all your profile information on the Developer Portal at https://cloudapi.intel.com. Refer to Signing Up on Developer Portal for information about creating your Intel® Identity Services account.
The developer portal helps you create and manage your applications, provides statistics about your cloud services API usage, and allows you to configure your digital store.
Click the Create New Application button to create your first application:
Provide details about your application, such as its name and brief description. If you want to support the app in different languages, there is also the ability to add different languages.
Please take special note when selecting Developing or Released. This essentially controls the bandwidth given to your app. You can choose the level of throttling, based on your application lifecycle. The lower throttling setting is "Developing", which provides an adequate amount of bandwidth to develop and test your application. The higher setting is "Released", which will provide the full capacity to put your application in the market.
- If you choose Developing, your app is still in the beta stages and not yet ready for official public release. You are still testing the APIs and integrating the services into your app.
- If you choose Released, your app has successfully integrated the services and your app is fully tested. Consumers are ready to use the app and the services.
We recommend that you start by creating a Developing app and testing the various services. Once integrated and passing QA, edit the app in the developer portal and switch the app to Released.
Refer to the Developing and Releasing Apps on Developer Portal Tutorial for more details about the Intel Cloud Services Platform development environment.
Next, you will need to subscribe to the Intel Cloud Services Platform services you plan to use in your application. We recommend that you start by subscribing to all services and experiment with them to see which work for your usages and which don’t. You can come back and turn on/off your services subscription at any time.
You will need to use this Callback URI (also referred as redirect_uri) in the application code when calling Intel Identity Services. If the value set up here doesn't match the one used in the app code, when calling Identity APIs you will get an 'Invalid Request' error response. Please refer to API documentation for more details: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/cloud-services-intel-identity-service-rest-api-reference
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Once you've selected the services to use, click the Save button to store your subscription.
The next screen displays your personal Client ID and Client Secret issued to you. Please keep them secure, as Client ID's are personal, tied to your service plan agreement, and are not intended to be shared by multiple developers. Refer to Intel Identity Services REST Developer’s Guide and Intel® Cloud Services SDK Developer’s Guide to learn how to pass your Client Id and Secret to Intel Identity Services for authentication and authorization.
We can now proceed to the Developing and Releasing Apps on Developer Portal Tutorial, where it will give developers a more detailed explanation of managing Developing and Released apps.