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This is a quick tip on how to quickly and easily enable Bash completion for Zato commands - each time you press Tab when typing a Zato command, its arguments and parameters will be auto-completed.

Topics: Bash

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Invoking individual WebSocket connections has been supported since Zato 3.0 and Zato 3.1 adds new functionality on top of it - message broadcasting - which lets one notify all the clients connected to a particular channel. Here is how to use it.

Topics: WebSockets

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This is a quick guide on how to turn SSH commands into a REST API service. The use-case may be remote administration of devices or equipment that does not offer a REST interface or making sure that access to SSH commands is restricted to selected external REST-based API clients only.

Topics: SSH

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One of the newest additions in Zato 3.1 are MongDB connections - learn in this article how to create and use them in your Python API services.

Topics: MongoDB, NoSQL

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Zato 3.1 includes new means to manage access to REST services based on input Method and Accept headers in HTTP requests - here is how they can be employed in practice.

Topics: REST

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A feature new in Zato 3.1 is the ability to connect to LDAP servers, including Active Directory instances, and this article covers basic administration as programming tasks involved in their usage from Python code.

Topics: LDAP, Active Directory