A non-technical introduction to APIs, explaining what they are, how they work, and why they are important. It covers the basics of API requests and responses, and introduces the idea of using APIs to access data and functionality from other websites and applications. It is designed to give readers a general understanding of what APIs are and how they are used, so they can better understand how they might be used in no-code tools.
How to use APIs with no-code tools, including how to set them up and how to access data afterwards. With examples of how different no-code tools can be used to work with APIs and how to use the data returned by an API in a no-code tool.
This post covers webhooks and how they can be used to communicate with automation platforms such as Zapier and Make. It explains what webhooks are, and how they can be used to automate tasks and streamline workflows
This post explains how to test APIs and handle errors, including common error codes. It covers the best practices for testing APIs and how to troubleshoot issues that may arise.
There are different forms of API authentication, such as public APIs, API-key based APIs, OAuth, and more. This post provides examples of how to use each type of authentication and what to keep in mind when implementing them.
This post provides examples of common APIs, the requests you would make and a sample of the response you would expect. It covers popular APIs such as Google Maps, Twitter and Spotify and how they can be used to retrieve data and perform actions.
Advanced topics in API integration, such as scalability, monitoring, and analytics. It provides tips and best practices for creating robust and scalable API integrations, and how to monitor and analyze the performance of your integrations.
A summary of everything covered in the previous posts and recommends what to learn next to become an expert in using APIs in no-code tools. It also covers additional resources that can help you improve your understanding of APIs and how to use them in no-code tools.
Going deeper into the technical details of APIs, this post explains what API endpoints are and how they are used to access data. It covers the different types of endpoints and how to use them to retrieve different types of information. It also provides examples of real-world API endpoints and the data they return. It is designed to help readers understand the building blocks of APIs and how they can be used to access data.
Covering the different types of API endpoints, such as GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, and how to customize a request by using parameters and request body. We explain how to handle different types of responses and how to use the returned data. It provides examples of how different parameters and request body can be used to filter and customize the data returned by an API.
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What I like about Noloco is that it comes with a beautiful UI/UX by default, as well as third-party modules (Google Drive, Stripe, Quickbooks), Zapier connections, Google Sign-in, full-page iFrames, external APIs with OAuth 2.0 support, and finally the Key command (Cmd + E) 🐐
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I run a company that works with lead generation for our customers. I was seeking a service where I could build a portal and control the workflow. Our business has grown by over 500% thanks to services delivered by Noloco. New functions are constantly being developed and released, and the support is wonderful and usually responds within a few minutes.