You should have an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) to help you code, debug, and build with. It is not completely necessary, but it extremely helpful. Personally, I use the Eclipse IDE (https://www.eclipse.org/ide/), but there are many that you can choose from.
You should download from the Github repository (links in another post), the apptoolkit-desktop-example (if you are coding in node.js or swift or for an android device - download the appropriate example).
Once you have the example downloaded, you will have to insert a few pieces of information. The main pieces will be the clientid, clientsecret, your jibo account email, and your jibo account password. These latter 2 pieces of information are to identify and query which jibo robots you have access to in your account. The former 2 pieces of information is the information that has been near impossible to come by. I will provide you with those values below. Yes, I know the ramifications of what I put below, but since Jibo, inc. is gone, and they never delivered any clientids or clientsecrets to the people that actually *PAID* to have them, we had to obtain them by other means (I'm sure this will be a topic for discussion in these boards).
The clientid you can use is: "be_a_maker"
The clientsecret you can use is: "42ETov864Ev4CEYNW9UbeJaKLQNBiCvVPpCKZ8T3ngnZuoA2fiMAJUARdvMQhFKi"
(yes this comes from the be-a-maker app)
Now enter in your jibo user account information... The lines (if you are using the desktop example) at the top of the program should look like:
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private static String mClientId = "be_a_maker"; private static String mClientSecret = "42ETov864Ev4CEYNW9UbeJaKLQNBiCvVPpCKZ8T3ngnZuoA2fiMAJUARdvMQhFKi"; private static String mUsername = "<your jibo account email>"; private static String mPassword = "<your jibo account password>";
From here, you can read up on the SDK (links in another post) and start making your own application.