January 23, 2023
Today we're excited to give you your next feature update! As you'll see, we drive development based on your feedback, so don't hesitate to let us know if you have any requests going forward.
Note that Apple Health is a special integration that can only be connected to on iPhones, and we've created a Swift library to allow you to do exactly that. You can check out the developer docs we've put together to get started integrating with Apple Health.
For those who're looking for a demo of our Health Devies API, we now have a short video that covers the basics of getting started with Metriport. In the video, Metriport's co-founder and CEO, Dima, goes through the steps it takes to get up and running with our API, and what the Connect Widget flow looks like from your users' perspective. Feel free to share the video and let us know what you think!
For your security when using our client-side libraries to integrate with platforms like Apple Health, we've added support for Client API key generation.
Your existing API key will now be referred to as your Secret Key, and nothing is changing there. You can read more about these keys, and some security best practices, in our dev docs.
We've launched an OSS repo that serves as a full-stack web app implementation of the Metriport API. This is great to use for both a starting point for a healthcare application if you don't have a robust web app built yet, and as a reference for implementation of the Metriport API across the stack - you can see more details here.
Along with this, we've also added some snippets to our docs for an example React Native implementation of the Connect Widget.
Got an integration you'd like us to support? Need a code snippet for something that's not currently in our docs? Feel free to get in touch with us today, and let us know what you need!
The Metriport Team 🤘