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Jun 6, 2022   |  By Linx
Shopify exposes a REST API for 3rd party applications to integrate with. This guide will cover connecting to the Shopify Admin API with Linx using API Keys in conjunction with the HTTP Basic scheme authentication and some request examples.
May 23, 2022   |  By Linx
IT teams are always wanting to build new applications enabling specific functions for the ease of processes or customers. Sometimes, to balance projects, they allow distributed teams to work on focused targets using reusable assets, templates, and best practices. While decentralizing and democratizing application development helps, managing security can be a task for strategizing different Lines of Business (LoBs) and functional business partners. Enter microservices.
May 23, 2022   |  By Linx
Resources Sample File: MicrosoftGraphTemplate.lsoz (65.8 KB) (download) API Reference: More information on the specifics of authentication can be found in the Microsoft Graph API reference documentation. Microsoft offers a RESTful web service named Microsoft Graph API. This tutorial shows you how to integrate with the Microsoft Graph API and Linx, a low-code development tool.
May 23, 2022   |  By Linx
Using a low-code platform as the back-end for a single page application (SPA) is a nice combination — the SPA can be hosted anywhere, the API is quick and easy to develop, and they can evolve independently of each other e.g. if you need a native app just develop the UI and use the same API.
May 23, 2022   |  By Linx
SOAP, being a mature technology, has an extensive and often differently interpreted standard set. This makes it an excellent tool for corporate users to manipulate data into their precise requirements and technology stack. However, for public consumption, this causes issues that sometimes are difficult or impossible to solve without changing code. A good example here is that SOAP is allowed to define the same type in some standard interpretations in different XSD files.
May 20, 2022   |  By Linx
We will implement some web methods, which will be useful for creating a messaging client. However, the following items fall outside the scope of this sample.
Mar 28, 2022   |  By Linx
Brings Low-code Alternative to Traditional Application Development.
Mar 18, 2022   |  By Linx
Seven years ago, we announced Linx 5, a release specifically designed to modernise and commercialise an internal tool we had been using with our enterprise customers for the previous 15 years. By all accounts, Linx 5 was a huge success with our customers and partners. With Linx 6, we’ve built on that success with new features, a streamlined UI, and a new diffable file format – something our customers have been clamouring for.
Dec 14, 2021   |  By Linx
RealWorld is a popular open-source project known as the mother of all demo apps. It is an exact clone of (called Conduit) and can be built using any front-end and back-end. This article will share the journey to replicating the RealWorld REST API (Conduit) from scratch using Linx, a low-code developer tool. All stacks that integrate with Conduit will integrate with the newly created API. Technologies and tools used to develop RealWorld API: Notes
Dec 13, 2021   |  By Linx
REST and (the newer) GraphQL APIs are the core technologies behind the vast most of today’s integrations. These APIs allow external developers to tap into the functionality of the major platforms and build in their custom functionality to suit their needs. The fundamental difference is that REST is an architectural design framework based on HTTP, while GraphQL is a query syntax that is not transport-dependent.
Oct 14, 2021   |  By Linx
Discover a journey of an app as you move from the initial build to adding the technical requirements to maximize flexibility and extensibility to match growth. Discover how you can use no-code tools to deliver a scalable backend for an app with data saving, security and performance in mind as we deep-dive into the contract; the API definition that governs your application access.
Sep 27, 2021   |  By Linx
The service-oriented architecture (SOA) methodology was created to accelerate and simplify the crucial task of bringing enterprise software applications to market. But what is an SOA - and is it still relevant today? This video explores this subject and how it aligns with today's modern low-code application development platforms. Part 3 of 4 of a webinar hosted by Linx and the University of Leicester.
Sep 27, 2021   |  By Linx
Low-code development aims to assist developers and empower nonprogrammers. This video looks at the future of low-code including its recent growth and how experts can use the tools they need to solve problems at scale across their organizations. Part 4 of 4 of a webinar hosted by Linx and the University of Leicester.
Sep 27, 2021   |  By Linx
Low-code platforms enable rapid delivery of business applications with a minimum of hand-coding and minimal upfront investment in setup, training, and deployment. Building a low-code app development platform consists of two developer-facing parts: This video looks at the history of low-code tools and how these two parts evolved separately before merging to create the low-code platforms of today. Part 1 of 4 of a webinar hosted by Linx and the University of Leicester.
Sep 27, 2021   |  By Linx
Is attempting to solve lots of problems at once using a single platform considered expensive or cheap? It depends, of course, on the platform, the fit to your needs, and how you make use of it. In the current environment where the landscape of apps is growing in every arena, the challenge is to figure out how to create as many apps as possible that can be easily adapted and maintained. Low-code application platforms are claiming to be a solution.
Aug 26, 2021   |  By Linx
See Linx as we discuss low-code and APIs with Bill Doerfeild from Nordic APIs. What is low-code development? What is its relationship with APIs? How do we bridge the low-code and pro-code divide? At this LiveCast, we’ll be investigating the intersection between APIs and low-code. In this event, Dawie Botes, Head of Customer Success at Linx, demonstrates how developer-focused low-code tools can help to rapidly construct microservices.
Aug 26, 2021   |  By Linx
What is low-code development? What is its relationship with APIs? How do we bridge the low-code and pro-code divide? This event brought in Asanka Abeysinghe, Chief Technology Evangelist, WSO2, and Dawie Botes, Head of Customer Success at Linx.
Aug 3, 2021   |  By Linx
Dawie Botes, Customer Success Head at Linx, talks low code with the team at Dzone. Dawie provides an insight into how we use low-code in our DevOps processes, including the building and maintenance of several tasks - from the creation of cloud servers, to data management, notifications and the Linx solutions that handle our software licensing generation and validation.
Mar 11, 2021   |  By Linx
Low-code application development by Linx. Debugging a Linx Solution.
Mar 11, 2021   |  By Linx
Low-code application development by Linx. Extending solution functions with plugins

Linx is a low-code developer tool for IT pros. Businesses use Linx for the rapid development and deployment of back-end applications, such as APIs, integrations and automations.

What our customers build with Linx:

  • APIs & Microservices: An enterprise bank runs their business banking customer APIs on Linx.
  • Automate Backend Processes: A multinational investment manager uses Linx to automate their client correspondence.
  • Integrated Systems: A mining and manufacturing supplier integrates Shopify, Salesforce and Sage X3 using Linx.
  • Endpoints for Webhooks: We connect our SaaS tools to our microservices using webhooks and Linx.
  • Backend for Web Applications: An online stock broker builds their internal apps with Wavemaker and uses Linx as the backend.

Build & host powerful backend applications. Fast.