It’s time for another blog post on a cool feature as the Ballerina Swan Lake beta1 was released last week. This is a pretty short post to give you a heads-up on one of the new features of Ballerina HTTP package.
HTTP client plays a significant role in the system by connecting to different endpoint over the network. The client is quite rich in terms of its network functionalities such caching, resiliency, redirection, cookie, security,.. etc.
This post is about another aspect of the client, which is the response payload retrieval.
People invoke endpoints mostly to play with data/payload. So…
This article describes how to configure the NetSuite account to use REST web services with OAuth 2.0 authentication.
The NetSuite REST web services provide an integration channel that extends the SuiteTalk capabilities. To use the services, the following features must be enabled in your account.
Since Ballerina 1.0 was released couple of weeks back, you must be excited and eager to know things around language. With the stable language syntax and semantics I thought of contributing a little by posting some stuff I learned and practiced through out the journey.
As topic describes, this story is about request dispatching patterns available in services which behave on top of HTTP transport layer. Request dispatching is more like a letter getting delivered to a house based on the home address, where the letter is the request which dispatch to a house called resource.
Ballerina dispatching logic is…
Basically forward proxy server uses to gather resources from different servers. Client is being connected to the server via forward proxy. But reverse proxy is a type of proxy server that retrieves resources on behalf of a client from one or more servers. These resources are then returned to the client showing that they are being originated from the proxy server itself. While a forward proxy acts as an intermediary for its associated clients to contact any server, a reverse proxy acts as an intermediary for its associated servers to be contacted by any client.
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