Jet Bridge Authentication

In order for Jet Bridge be able to communicate with api.jetadmin.io it should get its unique token which will be used to authenticate requests. It's needed to check incoming requests authentication.

You should create one Jet Bridge token per one instance and save it somewhere locally (for example, in the same database you are storing your records).

post
Register Jet Bridge token

https://api.jetadmin.io/api/project_tokens/
Request
Response
Request
Headers
User-Agent
optional
string
Your Jet Bridge Type, example: Custom Jet Bridge
Body Parameters
bridge_type
optional
string
Your Jet Bridge Type, example: custom_jet_bridge
bridge_version
optional
string
Response
200: OK
{
"token": "b386d491-12cc-212c-81e9-e47bae01be29",
"bridge_type": "custom_jet_bridge",
"bridge_version": "0.0.1",
"date_add": "2019-02-22T14:22:39.157029+03:00"
}