Using Public keys and Secret Keys

Umar Ahmedtijani
Umar Ahmedtijani

Mono provides you with both a public key and secret key on your dashboard, once an app is created. At the point of creation, they would be test keys, but when the application is set to live mode, the keys change to live keys instantly.


Public Keys:

These keys are used when initiating a widget instance.


Secret Keys:

These keys are used as headers when consuming Mono's APIs endpoint. They are normally passed as mono-sec-key in headers with an example here.

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