API Integrations in Python Blog - Page 8

Generating specifications for API services


This is a preview of an upcoming feature in Zato 3.0 that will let one generate and distribute specifications for API services. Read more

API services and Python scheduler, part 1


This blog post introduces the Zato scheduler, a feature of Zato that lets one configure API services and background jobs to be run at selected intervals and according to specified execution plans without any programming needed. Read more

Working with JSON Pointers (RFC 6901)


JSON Pointer syntax, as defined in RFC 6901 offers means to navigate through JSON documents /using/paths/in/documents - here's how to make use of them in the upcoming version 2.0 of Zato. Read more

Invoking SOAP services from Python


Zato ESB and app server has grown additional means through which it is now even easier to invoke SOAP services. Read more

WebSphere MQ programming in Python with Zato


WebSphere MQ is messaging middleware by IBM - a message queue server - and this post shows how to integrate with MQ from Python and Zato. Read more

How-to: Sending AMQP messages


This how-to shows what is needed to send AMQP messages to exchanges using Zato, which is a Python-based ESB for SOA, cloud integrations and backend services. Read more

Integrating ZeroMQ, AMQP, JMS WebSphere MQ and more in 2 lines of code


As suggested on the zeromq-dev list, here's an integration example making use of ZeroMQ. Read more

Integrating Django with web services in 10 lines of code


This post introduces Zato, an open-source integration platform in Python, and shows you how to integrate Django, or indeed any piece of Python software, with Zato and external web services using nothing but plain Python objects. Read more