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I'd like to see a single example of APIFunction deployed that is accessible via curl, not a web browser.

For example:

func = APIFunction[{"x" -> "Integer"}, FactorInteger[#x] &];
URLFetch["https://www.wolframcloud.com/objects/66b35b10-0f8e-4be4-bbdc-7ee3f6fbf82a", "Parameters" -> {"x" -> "1"}]

gives

enter image description here

Api's are not generally meant to be used by logging in and manipulating elements in a web page. I"m sure this is possible and I'm just missing something.

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  • $\begingroup$ You have to make the API public, if it's not public then it redirects you to a login form because when you send the request with cURL/URLFetch like that it cannot know who you are. That HTML is probably for the login form. $\endgroup$
    – C. E.
    Feb 18, 2016 at 21:35

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Deploy your API with public permissions or add Username and Password options to URLFetch:

With[{cloudobject = FileNameJoin[{$CloudRootDirectory, "FactorIntegerAPI"}]}, 
   CloudDeploy[
      APIFunction[{"x" -> "Integer"}, FactorInteger[#x] &],
      cloudobject, Permissions -> "Public"]; 
   URLFetch[URLBuild[cloudobject, {"x" -> "1"}]]]
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