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Developer Quick Start
How to OkHi implemented as a developer
Here's how to get started with OkHi integration:
We have SDKs for multiple mobile platforms that you can embed into your app. When they create an address, we have screens that help guide the user through the process. When you prompt a user to start the verification process, we register a geofence on their device and the OS sends our servers notifications of when they enter or exit the geofence. Our ML models use these events to determine the patterns around how much time they spend at the location. We need at least a day and a half of data, but it can take up to 8 days depending on how much data we get. Once we can determine the verification status, we send the result to you via a webhook API as well as to your OkHi dashboard.
JS is 'address creation' only
All address verification requires the service to be integrated into a mobile app.
Overview of the 5 verification touchpoints: Permission Priming, Creation, Notification, Verification, Dashboard. Click the image below to expand.
An overview of how OkHi fits into your app and our related products.
There is a live app on Google Play Store that you can use to test OkHi address verification. Just download it on your Android device, onboard, create an address and verification will start automatically.
Links to the guide for each mobile library can be seen below.