IntegrationHub

Earl Duque

2 minute read

Hey everyone! Here is a quick post about a new feature coming in Rome that will help everyone avoid licensing issues in Flow Designer. Before Rome, users working in Flow Designer may create an entire flow with custom actions and realize later that they were not licensed for some of the actions used. Starting in Rome, while in Flow Designer, if an action or subflow in your flow of if a step in your action utilizes functionality that your instance is not licensed for, a polite warning message will appear:

Chuck Tomasi

1 minute read

Flow Designer is a great low-code way to automate your proceses, and IntegrationHub is the perfect companion to connect systems together. Both have been around for several releases - so what’s new in the Rome release? I’ve got the person who can tell us in this episode of Break Point. Topics 00:00 Welcome and introduction 03:54 Flow Designer 10:00 IntegrationHub 13:00 Introspection 16:01 OpenAPI Support 18:57 Single platform 21:44 New in Rome 24:11 Process Automation Designer 27:18 A couple last things 29:39 On the roadmap 37:31 Takeaways 39:11 Contact info 39:51 Outro Subscribe to Break Point Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher TuneIn RSS Check out the other ServiceNow podcasts.

Chuck Tomasi

1 minute read

The Rome release is coming! This is your chance to find out what hot new platform features are coming to make building on the platform easier than ever before. Join us as we take a look at some new features as well as updates to your favorites to make them even better! Topics 00:00 Welcome and introductions 06:14 App Engine 12:27 WebUX 19:34 Development and configuration 24:14 Workflows and integrations 28:55 Security 32:03 Platform foundation 36:57 Poll and Q & A 40:35 Takeaways and next episode 42:25 Reference information 42:50 Final Q & A Links Docs: Rome release notes Break Point podcast Community Developer portal Now Learning About: TechNow is a monthly show for ServiceNow admins, developers, and builders on a wide variety of platform features.

Chuck Tomasi

1 minute read

In this episode, Brad and Chuck look at IntegrationHub Dynamic Inputs. Reduce maintenance and extend the life of your actions by using data from the target system to drive the choices available on the action inputs. Topics 00:00 Start 02:04 Welcome and introductions 03:26 Topic overview 06:49 Screen share & use case description 09:10 Creating the Dynamic Choice action 20:50 Using the dynamic choice action 24:53 Creating a Dynamic Template action 31:01 Using the dynamic template action 35:40 Summary and Q&A 40:26 One more thing… 44:47 Announcements Info TechNow Rome Features registration Table name: sys_hub_action_input_action_instance Error message: Cannot find data object.

Chuck Tomasi

1 minute read

Chuck takes us through a recent example of turning a scripted outbound REST API into an IntegrationHub spoke and subflow for easier maintenance and reuse. Topics 00:00 Introduction 05:00 Screen share and problem statement 08:30 How it works today 11:35 Let’s build an action 12:12 The action inputs 21:30 The REST call 27:53 The JSON Parser 34:39 The outputs 38:00 Debugging 40:45 Error checking, subflows, status and scripting tips 46:08 Next steps/summary 47:45 Announcements Links Docs: IntegrationHub REST step (Quebec) Break Point Podcast TechNow Ep 85 - App Engine Studio About: Creator Toolbox is a weekly show provided by the ServiceNow Developer Program.

Ben Sweetser

2 minute read

Recent Learning Modules We are always looking to add relevant learning content to the Developer Site. At the end of the 2020, we released three new learning modules: Data Policies Notifications in Flow Designer Data Stream Actions NOTE: These links are for the learning modules on Quebec, which went into Early Availability on January 21. Use the release selector on the page to switch to Paris if you are working on the Paris release.

Andrew Barnes

2 minute read

It is ServiceNow’s new release season! With the Quebec release in Early Access, we will show some enhancements targeted around being more effective and efficient as a developer. To get access to these new things, you have to upgrade! This article will be about three new features in IntegrationHub. To view the whole list, check out the release docs. REST API Trigger A new trigger type has emerged! There have been several times when I created a flow and needed to front end that with a Scripted REST API (SRAPI).

Chuck Tomasi

1 minute read

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.

Andrew Barnes

2 minute read

Hacktoberfest 2020 is all wrapped up and finished. What a fun event it was this year. Our awesome developer MVPs did a great job setting up and coordinating the Now Components GitHub org for the dozen of repositories that were collaborated on there. It resulted in my first podcast recording ever with the Author of Podcasting for Dummies Chuck Tomasi. Brad and I acted as maintainers on both the component and spoke orgs, which was a ton of fun.

Hacktoberfest 2020 Participation - lets get started

This is why I started doing the hacktoberfest events, maybe you should too.

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Jace Benson

3 minute read

What is Hacktoberfest Hacktoberfest is an event run by stewards of open source to encourage contributing to projects that are also open source. Why participate in Hacktoberfest The more able you have your community, the more that community can contribute. When you have that, you can help any number of open source projects. There’s a free t-shirt. We’re all very well paid, but this shirt will convince most of you.