App code credentials will continue to be supported for a few products and current Developer Portal accounts where App code credentials have already been generated for an App. New accounts will only be able to use App Code credentials for some legacy products. App code credentials are the least secure of the authentication credential types and we recommend the use of the API Key or OAuth 2.0 Token credentials instead for improved security.
After you create an account, follow these steps:
- After signing into the developer portal, click your name, select Projects, and then your project from the list. Your project details and available application credentials are then displayed.
- REST: API Key and OAuth 2.0 Token credentials
- HERE SDKs for Android, iOS and Flutter: OAuth 2.0 Token credentials
HERE Premium Edition SDKs for iOS and Android: APP CODE credentials
To create App code credentials, select HERE Premium SDKs and click Generate App ID and App Code. When your application is created, its APP ID and APP CODE are displayed.
Your application App code credentials are now ready for use. For information on how to use APP ID and APP CODE for authenticating with HERE services, see Use APP CODE credentials.
Note: If you choose to update your credentials in the future, for example, with API key credentials, you can remove your App Code credentials by clicking Remove APP CODE credentials and use your new API key credentials in their place.