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Getting started

It's so easy that it'll blow your mind

Even though RapiAPI is a great platform and we do not have anything to complain about, we are delivering a new authentication method that allow you to make calls even though you do not have a RapidAPI account. Stay tuned!

Join RapidApi

Navigate to https://rapidapi.com/mararrdeveloper/api/elenasport-io1 and join the biggest api marketplace out there (or sign in if you're already a member).
That's it! Now, if you're already used to RapiApi, you can skip the following paragraphs.

Endpoints page

Once you click the link, the first page you will see is the API Endpoints page. This includes most of the information needed to get started. The API endpoints page includes navigation, a list of endpoints, the documentation of the currently selected endpoint, and a code snippet to help you get started with your code (available in many different programming languages).

Choose your plan

Before being able to make your first request, you need to choose the plan to use it. Price plan starts from 0€ per month. Please note that you do need to insert your credit cards details even if you choose to apply to the free plan. It's a RapidApi policy, sadly we cannot turn it off. However, be sure that no charges will be make in the free plan. You can learn more about the different types of API Pricing and how billing works here.

Testing an api

Now that you have subscribed to an API plan, you will want to head back to the 'Endpoints' tab. From here you can test the API endpoint directly in the browser by changing the input for the endpoint. Once you make a request to the API by using the 'Test Endpoint' button, you will also see the response directly in the browser.

If you're happy with the response you see and decide that you want to connect your app to this API, simply switch back to the 'Request Snippet' tab. Now, select the programing language your app is using and copy the code snippet right into your app. We also provide an installation guide to help you get started with the request library provided.