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Building the RealWorld API in Low-code

Building the RealWorld API in Low-code

The journey To replicating The RealWorld API (Conduit) using Low-code RealWorld is a popular open-source project known as the mother of all demo apps. It is an exact clone of Medium.com (called Conduit) and can be built using any front-end and back-end. This article...

[Guide] Building and hosting a Low-code REST API

[Guide] Building and hosting a Low-code REST API

Build a REST API with Linx in under 15 minutes REST API development has many approaches and there are 100's of different API development tools to choose from, making it pretty easy to get lost in the process. In this article, we cover how to build and host an API in...

How to secure your API with JSON web tokens

How to secure your API with JSON web tokens

A simple way of adding authorisation to your Linx solutions See the sample JSON Web Tokens (JWT) have become somewhat of an industry-standard for securing REST API’s. The main advantage of JWT is that each token is self-contained, meaning that it contains all...

Working with Databases in Linx

Working with Databases in Linx

Working with databases in your Linx solutions is made easy with the Linx Database plugin. Linx supports almost any database, including ODBC databases, SQL Server, OLE, Oracle and MongoDB. In this article we will show you how to connect with your database using the...

Low Code Process Automation

Low Code Process Automation

A key part of digital transformation is process automation. Greater efficiencies in resources, time and cost can be achieved when business processes are automated. Do you want to automate your business processes with Linx, but you don't know how it all works? ...

Process Flows: From Input to Output

Process Flows: From Input to Output

Code is the backbone of most software programs and applications. Each line of code serves as an instruction—a logical, step-by-step mechanism for computers, servers, and other machines to perform an action. In computer programming, there are different levels of code....