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Open Source ESB, APIs, AI
and Cloud Integrations in Python

Topic: api

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Visual Studio Code offers excellent means to debug remote API servers without a need to ever leave your IDE. This post is a step-by-step guide describing the process of configuring your local VS Code instance for remote Python and Zato code debugging.

Topics:API, VSCode, IDE, Debugging, Tutorial

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Zato is an integration platform and backend application server which means that, during most of their projects, developers using Zato are interested in a few specific matters that I am covering in this article.

Topics:API, Dashboard, Automation, OpenAPI

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If you are on Windows, looking for an integration platform to connect your APIs, systems, applications, backend resources or mobile apps, I am happy to let you know that Zato now supports Windows natively - read on for more details on how to get started with it.

Topics:API, Windows

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Building scalable, high-performance API and AI integrated environments requires a consistent vision and tenets to establish it on. From this article, you can learn how to design your own API and AI architectures based on what our vision is and how it is executed.

Topics:API, AI, Architecture

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Cloud-based connections are a staple of modern API integrations - this article shows how, in just a few lines of Python code, Zato makes their usage easy, convenient and extremely effective.

Topics:API