Introduction to the Course

Get an overview of the course, its prerequisites, and the intended audience.

In this course, we’ll go through the Eventbrite API. In today’s digital era, everything relies on the internet. We can use different social media platforms to reach consumers on the internet. Eventbrite provides an online platform to create events and to provide tickets to consumers with ease. By the end of this course, we’ll be able to integrate the Eventbrite API into a web application that manages the online ticketing system.

What is an API?

An application programming interface (API) is a software gateway that allows different software components to communicate with each other. APIs help expose an application’s capabilities to the outer world, allowing for programmatic access to their data.

Consider the case of an application service like Eventbrite that provides an event management system. Building and exposing an API for this service will allow others to programmatically manage an event management system, including the services for creating, publishing events, and retrieving reports.


To be successful in this course, it’s important to have the following:

  • A basic understanding of APIs.
  • A basic knowledge of JavaScript and React.

Intended audience

This course is designed for developers interested in exploring and integrating online ticketing systems on their platforms. This course will provide an understanding of the various endpoints of the Eventbrite API with hands-on examples.