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Trends API

Trends API Trends API is a repository of the most popular keywords in MercadoLibre. There’s a frontend on every site where you can check the top searches by country and by category. For example, for Argentina the url is tendencias.mercadolibre.com.ar. You can access the rest of hispanic sites just by replacing the geographical domain. The […]

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Meli Rest Console

The Meli Rest Console enables you to access the API from a beautiful and easy web interface. To access this click here. Please, rate this article How helpful this was?

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Third Party Tools

This SDK Python was developed by Joaquin Orbe It’s an unoficial SDK, but contain a very pretty and simple code. Thanks to @joacOrbe Get Code > NodeJS SDK – developed by Santiago Nahuel Cordoba It’s an unoficial SDK but is very simple to use and we are glad to add this sdk to our site. […]

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Test Notification URL

Fill out the input with your notification URL to check if it can be accessed by browser. Select the type of notification test and enter the notification URL that you’ve just configured in your app: Topic: Items Orders Questions Payments URL: Please, rate this article How helpful this was?

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Create Test Users

Table of Contents Overview You can create test users to support you in the process of developing with our API. Test users can operate as normal users: listing, buying and asking questions. Test users don’t pay any charges. Test users will eventually be washed out and you can create new ones. For the moment each […]

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.NET project using .NET SDK

Open Web application project example using MercadoLibre .NET SDK. Just clone the project from GitHub, open your favorite IDE and run it! The web app allows the user to select any MercadoLibre site, pick a category and search the item that they are looking for. Please, rate this article How helpful this was?

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Create your MELI APP

Before creating your MELI APP you will need to have a MELI signed up user. To accomplish this go to the following URL: http://applications.mercadolibre.com (if you are accesing with a user belonging to another country other than Argentina, please change the “.com.ar” to your corresponding country extension). Log in with your username and password and […]

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Applications

Getting Authorized Applications To get all the applications authorized by a user just use a GET request with the user_id and the access token. GET https://api.mercadolibre.com/users/{user_id}/applications?access_token={…} The response would be an array of applications with the following format: [ – { “user_id”: “26317316”, “app_id”: “13795”, “date_created”: “2012-12-20T15:38:27.000-04:00”, “scopes”: – [ “read”, “write”, ], }, ] […]

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Application Manager

To create an App, you must use the Application Manager. You need to choose your country to create a new one. Application Data There are three groups of information in this form: Basic Application Info, Authentication & Security and Notification Settings. Basic Application Info – ID: This is your client_id. It must be used to […]

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Category Dump

The category tree does not change very often. If you prefer, you can request a dump of the whole category tree for a given country site for offline processing. This API returns the category tree in JSON format within a gzip-encoded response. To get the categories for Brazil, use this URL: ~$ curl https://api.mercadolibre.com/sites/MLB/categories/all To […]

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Checking Account Balance

You can see your balance in MercadoPago with our API. In resources/users there is a function in which we will return your account balance. In this API you can find various amounts separated by status and by available or unavailable total values. The parameter “unavailable_balance_by_reason” shows the amounts ​​unavailable and its reason. You can also […]

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GWT project using API search

API search GWT example on GitHub Open Web application, using API Search in GitHub. Just clone the project, open Eclipse, and import as project. After that, run DevMercadoLibreQuery.java. Solution set: Java, GWT 2.4, Eclipse Indigo. Please, rate this article How helpful this was?

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