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This page provides examples of calls to the Grafana API using cURL.
The most basic example for a dashboard for which there is no authentication. You can test the following on your local machine, assuming a default installation and anonymous access enabled, required:
Here’s a cURL command that works for getting the home dashboard when you are running Grafana locally with basic authentication enabled using the default admin credentials:
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