It is necessary to have the event's unique identifier to retrieve its information. If you only know its openagenda url, you can still use the textual identifier ( slug ) to retrieve its uid through a specific endpoint:
- event-slug: the slug of the event in the openagenda.com url.
- your-key: your read access key
Here is an example of an event slug in bold in an event url:
Once the uid is in hand, fetching detailed information on the event is a simple matter:
Note:An event is available only if it is published in at least one agenda..