Nuki Web API

By using the Nuki Web and the Nuki Web API you can control the Smart Lock directly via the web.

Simple user administration and control of locking operations makes the Nuki Web API particularly attractive for business use cases or the management of multiple Smart Locks.

1. Introduction

The Nuki Web API offers various ways to interact with a Nuki Smart Lock. The API transmits all commands directly through a permanent HTTPS/TLS connection to the corresponding Nuki bridge, which forwards it via Bluetooth to the Smart Lock for execution. Responses are directly fed back into Nuki Web.

All commands are performed with the server-stored Nuki Web Authentication Key which was created when Nuki Web has been initially activated by the Smart Lock administrator. Because of having its own Authentication Key, Nuki Web acts independently of other clients (e.g. Nuki iOS or Android App).

2. Calling URL

The Nuki Web API can be found under the URL

3. Swagger Interface

The Swagger Interface at lists all API commands with its input and output parameters. Next to just listing the commands the Interface also allows to easily perform API commands.

See more details at: Swagger Interface

4. Authentication

See more at: Web API Authentication

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