You may have noticed that in our docs and api reference all the URLs start with https://id.eideasy.com/
Replace it with https://test.eideasy.com/ to make requests against our test server. In test environment, all actions are free of cost.
Test environment API credentials
API credentials are required in order to make requests to eID Easy API. In simple terms, API credentials are unique identifiers that you need to send along when making requests to an API. In our case, these unique credentials are the client_id and secret.
So, how can you obtain the client_id and secret? Well, it’s quite simple, just follow the steps below:
- Head over to test environment's sign-up page at https://test.eideasy.com/ and click on the "E-mail/password" button to sign up.
- Navigate to My Webpages and click "Register new webpage"
- Enter your website home page address (the exact address doesn't really matter here, it is just useful to remember which credentials are used for which app/website) and
redirect_uriis the URI to which you wish to redirect the user after they've completed the authentication or signing process.
- Make a note of your site’s client_id and secret. You’ll need these when making requests to eID Easy's API.
Do not use any sensitive documents or data when making requests in test environment.
Sandbox Test environments credentials
We recommend you to create your own unique credentials when making requests to our API so that you can configure proper webhook, redirect urls, available methods, etc. However, you may have a reason to want to try it out quickly using our public credentials. Use the following OAuth2 credentials:
Electronic identities in test environment
Real world electronic identities will not work in the test environment. However, a number of identity providers also have test identities available which can be used to authenticate and sign. These are some of them:
|Estonian and Lithuanian Mobile Id||See this page for details.|
|Smart-Id||See this page for details.|
|Estonian test ID-card (or any other supported country)||See this page for details.|
|D-Trust sign-me||See this page for details.|
|A-Trust Handy-Signatur||See this page for details.|
|Finnish Trust Network (FTN)||See this page for details.|
|iDIN||See this page for details.|
|FrejaID||Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and request test accounts for specific users.|
|ZealID||See this page for details.|
|Evrotrust||Contact email@example.com and request test accounts for specific users.|
|eDO App||See this page for details.|
|PL mojeID||See this page for details.|
|See this page for details.|
|MitID||See this page for details.|
|Norwegian BankID||See this page for details.|
|Verifai||See this page for details.|
|Certeurope USB||Test card can be bought from us or from here|
|CertSign USB||Test card can be bought from us or from here|
|eParaksts mobile||Order test ID card, whitelist API and install the app |
OR implement and test other methods like SmartID
|eParaksts smart card||Can not be tested without real ID-card. |
Implement and test other methods like SmartID
|ItsMe||See this page for details.|
|Evrotrust||See this page for details.|
|Swedish BankID||See this page for details.|
|Swisscom||See this page for details.|
|OneID||See this page for details.|
|Harica||See this page for details.|