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Topic: api

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In this tutorial, one in the series that covers Atlassian APIs, I will show how to integrate with Confluence, how to connect to your wiki and how to extract information from it using Python.

Topics:Atlassian, Confluence, API

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In systems-to-systems integrations, there comes an inevitable time when we have to employ some kind of a web scraping tool to integrate with a particular application. Despite its not being our first choice, it is good to know what to use at such a time - in this article, I provide a gentle introduction to my favourite tool of this kind, called Playwright.

Topics:Atlassian, Jira, API, Web scraping

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Continuing in the series of articles about newest cloud connections in Zato 3.2, this episode covers Atlassian Jira from the perspective of invoking its APIs to build integrations between Jira and other systems.

Topics:API, Atlassian, Jira

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Salesforce connections are one of the newest additions to Zato 3.2, allowing you to look up and manage Salesforce records and other business data. To showcase it, the article will create a sample Salesforce marketing campaign in a way that does not require the usage of anything else except for basic REST APIs combined with plain Python objects, such as dicts.

Topics:API, Salesforce

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Zato is a Python-based middleware and backend platform designed for integrating and building server-side systems. The platform belongs to a broader family of solutions that, depending on one’s background, will be known under the name of an integration layer, integration platform, service-oriented platform, enterprise service bus, API server, message bus, message queue, message broker, orchestration engine or similar.

Topics:Architecture, Documentation, API, Publish-Subscribe, Scheduler

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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