Recently I was asked to help get a GitHub bot working with ServiceNow as the backend. What was engaging with the requirements for GitHub bots was the authentication type required. Looking at this handy blog from Thai Angsakulyanont, it was interesting to see that while I have done methods 1,2,3, the bot requires method 4, which was quite the wrench. We have explored JWT here on the blog before from none other than Dave Slusher.
Topics Introduction Shrimp breeding Women Now Origin story The impact of ServiceNow Coding as an art form Finished not perfect Most exciting moment Biggest challenge One thing ServiceNow can change One of the things Maria loves No-code and low code Words of advice to new ServiceNow developers What we got out of school Imposter syndrome Links Women Now Blog https://womennow.dev Contact info LinkedIn Twitter Graphic Design Listen Subscribe to Break Point Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher TuneIn RSS Check out the other ServiceNow podcasts.
As we bid adieu (or good riddance) to 2020 we here at the ServiceNow Developer Program wanted to highlight our top 10 pieces of content from 2020. In order of oldest to most recent, here they are: Blog: Source Control and CI/CD Resources - The Orlando release brought some major enhancements to ServiceNow’s source control integration and added some CI/CD capabilities in the form of automated testing and deployment APIs and IntegrationHub spokes.
Greetings to all the wonderful Developers out there! The Developer Program and I would like to thank you for being part of our community. 2020 has been a rough year, and the bright spot in my year is the ServiceNow Developer community. It really is the most welcoming, helpful, and passionate community I have had the blessing of being a part of. The blog will slow down for a couple of weeks while we refill our inkwells.
ServiceNow Principal Product Manager Robb Bittner joins the show to talk about Instance Data Replication (IDR), applied mathematics, rock climbing, and more. Join the discussion for another fun 35 minutes in to the lives of the people and products who make the world of work, work better for people. Contact Info Email LinkedIn Listen Subscribe to Break Point Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher TuneIn RSS Check out the other ServiceNow podcasts.
Here on the developer blog we try to regularly highlight the contributions from our 2020 Developer MVPs. They produce an abundance of great content aimed at ServiceNow developers that I’ve listed below grouped by the content creator. Nathan Firth Top 5 Features in the Paris Release How to Use GraphQL in ServiceNow & Service Portal spUtil API Reference Cheat Sheet Mark Roethof 50+ (Un)documented Virtual Agent variables (vaInputs, vaVars, vaContext, vaSystem) Q: Help!
Our old friend Josh Nerius joins to have a conversation about IntegrationHub. We talk about everything from spokes to a couple of his favorite IH features. It’s 30 minutes of jam packed information. Topics Introduction What is IntegrationHub Interfacing to IntegrationHub The Robust Transformer Engine The Flow API Favorite Paris feature(s) Will we see support for personal credentials? GitHub Companion Status of spoke library The IntegrationHub roadmap Closing Contact Info Email LinkedIn Blog Listen Subscribe to Break Point Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher TuneIn RSS Check out the other ServiceNow podcasts.
The Orlando and Paris releases have brought many new capabilities to the Now Platform allowing developers to implement their own Continuous Improvement and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipelines to accelerate Now Platform development. Those include selective commits, editing outside of Studio, MID server support for the Source Control integration, global app support for Source Control, and APIs and IntegrationHub Spoke subflows and actions that allow developers to automate testing and deployment.
Would you like to be a ServiceNow Developer MVP? The Developer MVPs are a collection of ServiceNow developers who are passionate about ServiceNow and inspire other developers by sharing their extensive knowledge openly and inclusively. They help, encourage, and enable developers of all skill levels and types succeed in building and developing on the Now Platform. Benefits and Criteria In addition to the fame, fortune, and great renown that comes along with being a developer MVP you get a dedicated slack channel where you can bug Brad and Andrew at all hours.
This video series guides you through many of the concepts, techniques, and best practices regarding importing and exporting data with various types of ServiceNow integrations. The videos are divided into topical sections below. (Unpublished content subject to change.) Getting Started Introduction Planning Easy Import Guided Application Creator Helpful resources Import Sets Simple import set Data sources Transform maps Transform field mapping Scheduled imports Concurrent imports Import set troubleshooting Import set properties MID Servers Helpful resources Email Inbound actions - Coming Soon Inbound triggered flows - Coming Soon Helpful resources - Coming Soon Web Services Introduction to JSON and XML - Coming soon Credentials and connections - Coming soon Web services overview - Coming soon Built in APIs - Coming soon The REST API Explorer - Coming soon A simple outbound REST message - Coming soon Scripted outbound REST messages - Coming soon Scripted REST APIs - Coming soon Scripted web services (SOAP)- Coming soon REST API Security - Coming soon Rate limiting - Coming soon Helpful resources - Coming soon IntegrationHub Topic outline currently being developed Pre-built Integrations Instance Data Replication - Coming soon Remote Tables - Coming soon Google Maps - Coming soon SCCM - Coming soon The Store - Coming soon Conclusion Summary - coming soon