We'll go through basic steps explaining how to best integrate OAuth if you want to make requests to a single Keap account from a server, without requiring your users to authenticate with an Keap account.
This application outlines how to integrate the Keap API with a PHP microframework. It demonstrates how to handle the OAuth flow with multiple routes, as well as how to renew a token that we've already stored on a user record in a database. This example strives to accomplish two things: provide an introduction to using OAuth with the Keap PHP SDK, and demonstrate how to decouple authorization and data requests into multiple routes.
Learn how to install, setup, and use the Keap PHP SDK. Use OAuth to request an access token and then use it to make requests to Keap on behalf of a user. Great for developers new to the Keap PHP SDK.