DreamFactory adds AMQP support

DreamFactory 2.11 now supports AMQP. As you may know, AMQP stands for Advanced Message Queuing Protocol. DreamFactory’s AMQP client service is an implementation of the AMQP-0-9-1 Protocol. With this service you can now use DreamFactory as an AMQP client for your projects. Once you’ve configured the AMQP client service in DreamFactory, you can easily publish messages to exchange and consume messages from queues using REST APIs. We’ve tested this service with RabbitMQ.

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Integrating GitHub and GitLab with Scripts

DreamFactory 2.9 introduces a new feature that allows you to link your event scripts and custom scripts to a file that is managed in your GitHub or GitLab account. This feature uses the new GitHub and GitLab services in DreamFactory 2.9. This eliminates the need to manually update your DreamFactory scripts when you update those scripts in your source control repo.

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Why We Moved to Oracle Cloud

Over the years, we have used a few different cloud providers to host DreamFactory Developer Sandboxes. Every single cloud provider uses different terms and concepts for basically the same thing – compute, storage, transfer, gateways, and DNS routing, just to name a few. Having recently made the switch to the Oracle Bare Metal platform for our API Automation Portal, our team was immediately impressed by cost, performance, and ease of use.

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Using Event Scripts to Filter Related Data

One of DreamFactory’s most popular features is the ability to pull in foreign key related records in an API call, and even to create your own virtual relationships between disparate data sets. This make compiling all the data you need in one place a matter of asking the API for the related items. You can use filters and ordering to select the exact records you want to display, and their related items come along for the ride. Simple. Easy.

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