In this article, we are going to use
in its capacity as a multi-protocol Python API gateway - we will integrate a few popular technologies, accepting requests sent
over protocols commonly used in frontend systems, enriching and passing them to backend systems and returning
responses to the API clients using their preferred data formats.
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.
Enabling rate-limiting in Zato means that access to Zato APIs can be throttled
per endpoint, user or service - including options to make limits apply to specific IP addresses only - and if
limits are exceeded within a selected period of time, the invocation will fail. Let's check how to use it all.
This article deals with WordPress, Elementor and webhooks APIs - how to accept data sent from WordPress forms
and how to transform such requests into JSON messages to external API endpoints.
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.
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 favorite tool of this kind,
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.
This instalment in a series of articles about API integrations with Salesforce
covers connected apps - how to create them
and how to obtain their credentials needed to exchange REST messages with Salesforce.
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.