OAuth 2.0 is now available in beta for all to use. OAuth 2.0 improves the experience for both developers and their users by allowing users to delegate access to their AdRoll accounts without having to share their passwords.

AdRoll’s OAuth 2.0 implementation conforms to RFC 6749 and uses Bearer Tokens (RFC 6750). This means you should be able to use an OAuth 2.0 library in your favorite language. For example, you can use the requests-oauthlib Python library or you could use the Passport middleware for Node.js.

To get started, checkout our guide to OAuth 2.0 and let us know what you think by sending us a message.