Getting started

This page will help you set up hello world projects for each HYKER service. The steps can also be used to integrate HYKER into an existing project as well.

If you have already set up your HYKER service of choice, you can skip ahead to the Developer Program or Micro Projects.

The instructions are a bit different depending on your preferred language. Choose any supported language inte the bar above.

The guide will set up one HYKER service after the other in the following order (follow the links to your service):

  1. RIKS Retroactive Interactive Key Sharing
  2. SAFT Secure Asynchronous File Transfer

API keys

To use HYKER services you will need api keys. These ones are developer api keys generated just for you. They will expire in a few weeks. Use the dashboard to get persistent api keys.

Public key:

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Secret key:

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

RIKS

Clone hello world project

The first thing is to get the RIKS hello world project.

$ git clone git@github.com:hykersec/riks-hello-world-java.git
$ git clone git@github.com:hykersec/riks-hello-world-cpp.git
Grab binaries

The next thing is to get the RIKS binaries and place them in the deps sub-folder.

The binaries can also be found for download at hyker.io/download

$ cd deps
$ curl -O http://cdn.hykr.io/res/riks/java/latest/dist/riks-java.zip
$ unzip riks-java.zip
$ cd ..
$ cd deps
$ curl -O http://cdn.hykr.io/res/riks/linux64/2017-05-04-1493887840/dist/libriks-linux-x64.zip
$ unzip libriks-linux-x64.zip
$ cd ..
Launch

Finally we can launch out hello world project!

$ ./gradlew run
$ ./build.sh

SAFT

Clone hello world project

The first thing is to get the SAFT hello world project.

The binaries can also be found for download at hyker.io/download

$ git clone git@github.com/hykersec/hello-world-riks-java
$ git clone git@github.com/hykersec/hello-world-riks-cpp

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