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#21

Just has a 404 in a json encode for me.


#22

That’s because you haven’t authenticated your request.

Try using CURL from a command line. For example.

curl -X POST -d “client_id=3092nxybyb0otqw18e8nh5nty” -d “locale=en-US” -d “currency=USD” -F grant_type=password -F password=asdf1234 -F username=airbnbdev@gmail.com https://api.airbnb.com/v1/authorize

Here’s an example of it being used.


#23

Here’s a better example. Results for Lake Tahoe…

https://api.airbnb.com/v2/search_results?client_id=3092nxybyb0otqw18e8nh5nty&locale=en-US&currency=USD&_format=for_search_results_with_minimal_pricing&_limit=10&_offset=0&fetch_facets=true&guests=1&ib=false&ib_add_photo_flow=true&location=Lake%20Tahoe%2C%20CA%2C%20US&min_bathrooms=0&min_bedrooms=0&min_beds=1&min_num_pic_urls=10&price_max=210&price_min=40&sort=1&user_lat=37.3398634&user_lng=-122.0455164


#24

How did you register a client_id? Do you simply use other’s app id?


#25

I would not be interested. It is the personal communications that build a bond of trust between host and guest. The more antiseptic and rote the more likely one side will not treat the transaction with respect.


#26

Igor, you need to format a request for a token with an email and password…

Method: HTTP
POST Endpoint URL: https://api.airbnb.com/v1/authorize

Default Required URL Parameters:

Key Value Description
client_id 3092nxybyb0otqw18e8nh5nty API Key
Optional URL Parameters:

Key Sample Value Description
locale en-US Desired lagnuage
currency USD Currency for listings
Default Required Form Parameters:

Key Value Description
grant_type password
Required for email authentication (as opposed to OAuth)

Key Sample Value Description
username airbnbdev@gmail.com Account’s email address
password asdf1234 Account’s clear-text password (note: endpoint uses HTTPS)


#27

I am pretty familiar with the API you’re referring to, since I’m working directly with Airbnb dev team on this.

But where did you get a client_id? it’s an API key that has to belong to some registered app. How did you get that one for yourself?


#28

I just posted my airbnb user/pass and got an access_token. Does this not work for you?


#29

By using doing that your are giving access to your account to someone’s application indicated by the API Key client_id=3092nxybyb0otqw18e8nh5nty

Does that application belong to you?

I know this guys has published the same key in here:
http://airbnbapi.org/

But that might be an attempt to gather access to all of those accounts.


#30

The last 4 posts on this thread above this one are like a language I just do not understand :slight_smile:


#31

I think they’re speaking Klingon


#32

lol. programming talk. :slight_smile:


#33

I like to know from where you are getting the client ID ?

Also did you tried the Google Login API in airbnbapi.org page? Its not working for me.

Please update.

DevZone.


#34

You’ve got to talk to airbnb about the client id.


#35

Hi Airbot,

Did you work on the Google Sign-in API ? Did you had a chance to test the API end point with Google OAUTH token?

Regards
Devzone.


#36

Hi Igor, can you please tell me who can I contact for getting a client id? I am working on some app and I need access on Airbnb API.


#37

Count me in! That sounds like a great tool. :slight_smile:


#38

hey this is a great tool! How are you able to extract the “client_id” ?


#39

@Igor_Kostin I am playing with screen scrape with Airbnb api, I noticed that they have recently put in some site blocking after x number of tokens connect to the site, So far 9 or 11 seems to be the pattern. Did you notice that?


#40

This is exactly what I’m looking for as I’m managing over 50 Airbnb listings. But I see your site is still in Beta and no updates, when is this gonna go live?