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Making your Strava API Application available to the public

In my last 2 posts I described the process for getting and displaying your Strava user information and some basic activity data on a web page. 

By this point you should have already obtained access to the Strava API and got your Strava data through an API request, if not, then you have some reading to do before you can carry on, please go back to my earlier post to get the steps to getting access to the Strava API.

If you have already gone through my earlier posts and got your Strava data onto a web page, then you would know that the data that was returned was linked to your own Strava account only - this is because we got the data using your Strava 'client_token'.  

In this post I will describe the process for creating a website that anyone with a Strava account can log on to and have their own information displayed.

To get started, the below is the entire php file that we have created in my past posts, we can use this as a starting point and add the pages and code we need to mak…