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Overview

So you want to authenticate your app to access a user’s Vimeo content via the Vimeo API. Cool. The Vimeo API uses OAuth 2.0 to authenticate applications, so all you need to do is:

Note: If you want to embed your own videos on your own website (and only use Vimeo for transcoding and hosting services), you do not need to use the API to authenticate your application. All you need to do is generate a new token from your app page and include it in your application. This is a special case in which you are both the end-user and the application owner. And because you’re special, you can skip the rest of this document.

Authentication Workflow

Vimeo API applications need to provide authentication information using one of the following two OAuth 2.0 workflows:

Generate unauthenticated tokens

To get an unauthenticated access token, you should make an HTTP POST request to , along with an authorization header and some parameters.

You can build the authorization header with your client ID and client secret:

Note: Vimeo will automatically delete tokens that have not been used for an extended period of time. If your API calls are months apart you might need to create a new token.

Generate authenticated tokens

Send your user to Vimeo

The first step of the redirect process is to send the user's client (browser) to vimeo.com. This is generally accomplished by providing the authorize URL as a link on a web page.

The user will have the option to accept or deny your app’s request to access their account, and to deny any of the scopes you requested (except for public).

Note: When the user clicks the link, they must first log in to Vimeo to authenticate their identity unless they are already logged in.

Implicit Grant Workflow

Once the user has accepted your app in the implicit grant workflow they will be immediately redirected to your with three values in the URL fragment (after the #)

Example

If your is , your final redirect may look something like this:

Note: Parameters added to your redirect url will be respected, but the fragment will be stripped out. will become

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for how to use the token to make API requests. If you are using the Authorization Grant, please refer to the docs on the Authorization Grant .

Authorization Grant Workflow

If the user accepts your app, they are redirected to your redirect_uri along with two query parameters:

Exchange the code for an access token

When the user returns to your site, you must exchange the code for your access token. Make an HTTP POST request to with your authorization header, and the following parameters.

The authorization header can be built with your client id and client secret:

Receiving the Access Token in the Authentication Response

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, until the token expires or is revoked.

Note: Vimeo will automatically delete tokens that have not been used for an extended period of time. If your API calls are months apart you might need to create a new token.

Best Practices

Making Requests

After you have either an authenticated or unauthenticated access token (as explained in the preceding sections), send the access token through the authorization header:

If your access token only has the public scope you can use the query string parameter instead of the authorization header

Supported Scopes

Choose your authentication workflow:

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Branch is excited to announce the availability of People-Based Attribution, the mobile industry’s first attribution platform for marketers and product managers to effectively attribute conversions across web and apps no matter how complex the user journey.

Earlier this year, the Internet Advertising Bureau declared 2017 the year of attribution , as the subject is top-of-mind for companies across all industries. Branch has long provided the leading mobile linking technology to help brands build consistent user experiences across channels and platforms. Used by over 30,000 brands across the globe, Branch has identified the most significant problem facing attribution today, the inherently fragmented user journey across many browsers and apps that lacks any unifying identity. It boils down to the facts that:

Given the fragmentation of cookies across different browsers, there’s no way to uniquely identify a given user unless he or she registers and signs in everywhere—a rare feat to which we as users ourselves can attest. Because the digital identity is fragmented, the following consequences occur:

Here’s a tangible look at this fragmentation in action: Imagine your social team promotes a link to a deal on Facebook. A new potential customer clicks on this link from his or her Facebook feed, and visits the site in the Facebook in-app browser and does nothing. A few days later, he or she installs the app on the same device and converts. With the legacy cookie-based attribution model, this purchase event would be attributed as an organic in-app purchase, not as a paid click and purchase from the Facebook ad. The same disconnection is happening all over the mobile ecosystem: across devices, marketing channels, and platforms. This means brands are making incorrect decisions based on inaccurate measurement data due to the technical limitations of existing attribution tools.

Distributing credit for a purchase across email, social, push notifications, ads, and other efforts is an exercise in futility. Plus, brands fundamentally don’t have the data to bridge the gap between the silos.

Now for the good news—enter Branch’s People-Based Attribution.

As the leader in mobile deep linking, Branch has been unifying these silos since its inception. With over 30,000 mobile apps actively using Branch links, we have reached the scale and now can see nearly every smartphone globally across our network on a monthly basis. This has enabled us to build a deterministic identify graph that enables Branch to conclude on questions such as “whether two events tied to two different browser cookies are actually from the same user”, even if the events occur in vastly different contexts within different cookie spaces.

Education level was not assessed at the rural health centers (the questionnaire was modified to include this variable after quantitative data had already been collected from these centers); this field remained missing in the final dataset for all clients from rural health centers. Other missing quantitative data were obtained from client files at the health centers. The data available in these records were age, religion, and address. All quantitative analyses were performed using Stata 13, College Station, Texas.

Interviews with health workers occurred in English, while focus group discussions with clients occurred in Runyankole. Both sets of data were audio-recorded and transcribed afterwards; the Runyankole transcripts were translated to English by a person fluent in both English and Runyankole. English transcripts and available notes were then analyzed manually for content using an emergent approach and latent content analysis []. The analyst read through each transcript several times highlighting and labelling blocks of text with related underlying meaning (codes). The identified codes were then subjected to constant comparison [] before being merged into categories of codes with related meaning. The themes connecting the codes within each category were then identified and are reported descriptively.

Between June and August 2013, we approached and invited a total of 222 clients to participate in quantitative interview and focus group discussions, and 8 health workers to participate in qualitative in-depth interviews. All of those invited to participate in quantitative interviews accepted with the exception of 2 urban clients, who declined due to lack of time. Also, all short-acting methods users approached agreed to participate in the FGDs. As long-acting methods users were recruited using phone-calls in both settings, some of those contacted ended up not showing up for the FGDs, leading to about 67.0% response rate in both settings on this activity.

Table 1

Characteristics of family planning and antenatal clinic clients participating in quantitative interviews

Compares the urban clients to the rural clients

Table 2

Perceptions and practices of participants regarding contraceptive methods

Awareness of contraceptive methods in both urban and rural participants was high. Participants were less familiar with IUD and sterilization methods than other forms of contraception (Table Dearfoams Women’s Slide Open Back Slippers Purple Smokey Purple 18VWtf
). More urban participants than rural participants correctly identified both short-acting methods and long-acting methods (74.2% vs. 35.0% ( P  < 0.01) for short-acting and 70.8% vs 20.0% ( P  < 0.001) for long-acting methods). All participants correctly stated how at least one method is used, but very few, especially at rural centers were able to state how all the listed methods are used (25.8% at urban centers vs 8.3% at rural centers, P  = 0.006) (Table 2 ).

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