I’m excited to announce that we’re revamping our Connectors support content, this includes reorganizing the existing folder of Connectors content and adding new articles in the Knowledge Base. These articles coincide with the announcement of a new HTTP Connectors Course on University!
In the first installment of rolling out this new support content, we have 5 new articles covering HTTP connectors, configuration, and troubleshooting:
A detailed walkthrough of how to configure HTTP and SQL connectors, including a breakdown of the configuration modal and all the fields you might need to fill out for a successful connection.
How to Create and Configure an HTTP Connector Function
A guide for creating an HTTP connector function that takes you through the various steps and modifications to your function to maximize your results.
How to Format HTTP Connector Outputs
Understand how to create and map outputs using dot notation. Optimize your connector results by tailoring your outputs to the content you want to pull from expansive data.
You’ve configured an HTTP connector and created a connector function–now what? Now, you can use the returned data in apps! This article will illustrate how to do that from set up to configuring logic in your apps.
And potentially the most requested article…
A document that gives solutions for common connectors issues including fixing offline connector hosts, correctly mapping outputs, and resources for interpreting error codes.
In addition to adding new articles, we’ve also deprecated a few articles that were out-of-date.
We have much more connectors content coming down the pipeline that we’re excited to share, including SQL connectors, a breakdown of the connectors function editor, and an introduction to connectors and integrations for the getting started guide. If there’s any specific content you want to learn more about, let us know in the comments!
Thanks and happy building