Create custom connectors with our developer platform. Know how the connector builder works, and how to install it. Learn how to create a connector, add triggers, actions, lookups, and authentications in it, deploy the connector on to your Built.io Flow account, and share it with other users.What is a Connector Builder App? How the Connector Builder app works Connector Builder vs Node.js Block Requirements Installing Connector Builder Package Quick Setup Guide Creating a Local App Adding Custom Icon Error Validations Downloading your App App Versioning Deleting the deployed action or trigger Creating custom connectors using Postman collections Help
Leverage the Node Code block to create custom actions in your webMethods.io Integration account. Know how the custom action works, and how to create it with the help of an example.Getting started Code Structure Components Example Editing and Deleting Custom Action
Integrate your webMethods.io Integration workflows with external web services with webhooks. Learn how webhooks works, how to configure webhooks in webMethods.io Integration, how incoming webhooks work, and how to post data to webMethods.io Integration using webhooks.What is a webhook? What is an incoming webhook? How does an incoming webhook work? How does it notify webMethods.io Integration? Incoming webhook as a trigger Webhook Authentication Webhook Payload Regenerating Webhook URL Posting data to webMethods.io Integration via webhook Setting parameters through webhooks
Make HTTP requests to your servers. Know how to configure the HTTP action in your workflows and what each action field denotes with the help of an example.
Pass authorizations as parameters to securely share a single workflow with multiple users. Know how parameterized authorizations work, and how to configure parameterized authorizations for one or more actions, with the help of an example.Example Creating parameterized authorization for multiple actions of the same service List of services supported in parameterized authorization