YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyFooBktJNE The Live Coding Team: josh.nerius, dave.slusher, ctomasi In last week’s Live Coding Happy Hour, we picked up where we left off previous week and figured out how to programmatically get an OAuth Access Token from the oauth_credential table for our Bit.ly integration. Video Index 04:04 - Quick recap of what we did last week 06:59 - We want to get the token dynamically 09:13 - Exploring the oauth_credential table 22:16 - We have a working script to retrieve the token!
Last week, I attended the Integrate 2016 + API:World Conference & Expo (and Hackathon!) in San Jose. I met some great people, learned about some pretty interesting APIs and Integration products, and as a guy who spent his first several years with the ServiceNow platform working on APIs and building integrations, it was great getting to geek out on a subject I’ve grown to love. Hackathon I spent Saturday/Sunday hacking on the HPE Haven Sentiment API, meeting other developers, and was thoroughly impressed by the resulting hackathon projects.
I know it’s late in the day, but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to blog about International Talk Like a Pirate Day. In this quick tutorial, we’ll create a simple scoped integration app that uses ARRPI, the Talk like a Pirate translation API. I’ve already created a skeleton (arrrrrr, see what I did there?) scoped app where I’ll write my code, and I’ll assume you know how to do the same (if not, check out Building a ServiceNow Application on the Developer Portal).