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Map My Tracks API (v3)

The Map My Tracks API provides a simple interface that allows developers to access user accounts and update activity data. You can use this API to make your own applications seamlessly integrate with Map My Tracks.

The Map My Tracks API (v3) is currently available for approved developers only. If you are a developer of a fitness application or fitness device and would like access to the Map My Tracks API please get in touch at support@mapmytracks.com with details of your project.

Authorization

The Map My Tracks API (v3) supports the OAuth 2 specification.

Applications acquire an OAuth access token for a user by following these steps: -

  1. Register your application with us by emailing details of your project to support@mapmytracks.com. Once approved, we will supply you with a client_id and client_secret.
  2. Redirect the user to https://www.mapmytracks.com/api3/oauth/authorize passing your client_id, a redirect_url and reponse_type=code
  3. Upon authorization, the user will be redirected to your redirect_url with a code parameter appended to the URI.
  4. Exchange this code for an access and refresh tokens by calling http://www.mapmytracks.com/api3/oauth/token with grant_type=authorization_code, your original redirect_url and your code. Requests should be authenticated with a Basic HTTP Authentication header containing your client_id and client_secret.
# Example cURL to obtain an access token with an authorization code
curl -u <client_id>:<client_secret> https://www.mapmytracks.com/api3/oauth/token -d 'grant_type=authorization_code&redirect_uri=<redirect_url>&code=<code>'
  1. When the access token expires, call https://www.mapmytracks.com/api3/oauth/token with grant_type=refresh_token and your refresh_token to obtain a new access token. Please note, as well as issuing a new access token, the system also issues a new refresh token that should be used on the next call. The refresh token that was supplied is expired and cannot be used again.
# Example cURL to obtain an access token with a refresh token
curl -u <client_id>:<client_secret> https://www.mapmytracks.com/api3/oauth/token -d 'grant_type=refresh_token&refresh_token=<refresh_token>'

Applications can de-authorize tokens by calling http://www.mapmytracks.com/api3/oauth/revoke and passing the code that is to be revoked. To revoke a refresh token, also pass token_type_hint=refresh_token.

# Example cURLs to revoke access and refresh tokens
curl --data "token=<access_token>" https://www.mapmytracks.com/api3/oauth/revoke
curl --data "token=<refresh_token>&token_type_hint=refresh_token" https://www.mapmytracks.com/api3/oauth/revoke

Overview

All requests should be authenticated with an OAuth2 access token. All API requests will be assigned to the authenticated user's Map My Tracks account. All requests should be made over HTTPS and all API reponses are JSON encoded.

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