API Integrations in Python Blog - Page 6

Auto-generating API specifications as OpenAPI, WSDL and Sphinx


This article presents a workflow for auto-generation of API specifications for your Zato services - if you need to share your APIs with partners, external or internal, this is how it can be done. Read more

Configuring Zato for Python Oracle DB connections


If you need to configure Zato for Oracle DB connections and you want to ensure the highest performance possible, this is the post which goes through the process step-by-step. Read on for details. Read more

Publish/subscribe, Zato services and asynchronous API integrations


This article introduces features built into Zato that let one take advantage of publish/subscribe topics and message queues in communication between Zato services, API clients and backend systems. Read more

Windows commands and PowerShell scripts as API microservices


This post goes through the steps of exposing Windows commands and PowerShell scripts as remote Zato API services that can be invoked by REST clients. Read more

Integrating with Microsoft SQL Server via stored procedures


This article will show you how to invoke MS SQL stored procedures from Zato services - a feature new in the just released version 3.1 of the Python-based integration platform. Read more

Broadcasting messages to WebSocket API clients


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. Read more

API validation with JSON Schema


Employing JSON Schema is an easy and straightforward way to validate input to your APIs - learn below how it can be enabled in Zato 3.1+ services in one line of code. Read more

MongoDB connections


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

HTTP Method and Accept headers


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. Read more

Two-factor authentication in Zato Dashboard


This post provides steps needed to enable and make use of TOTP two-factor authentication in Zato Dashboard - the method is compatible with the most popular apps such as Google Authenticator, Authy or FreeOTP. Read more