If you’re into building custom SDK connectors, you may be interested in this video:
Actions within a connector offer numerous benefits to users. They provide a structured and user-friendly way to interact with various systems and services, making integrations more accessible and efficient. Users can leverage actions to streamline complex workflows, automate repetitive tasks, and customize their integrations according to their specific needs.
In this video, you will learn how to:
Define titles, subtitles, descriptions, and help text for actions to provide clarity and guidance to users.
Capture input data from users and present response data using datapills in the recipe editor.
Implement the execute block to define the action's functionality, including making HTTP requests, data processing, and error handling.
Configure retry mechanisms for HTTP requests to ensure the reliability of your connector.
Enable users to create custom actions within the connector, inheriting authorization details and providing help text and links to API documentation.
Experience level: Intermediate
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