Build Elements

Use Element Builder to build your own custom element.



1
Info




2
Properties




3
Authentication




4
Config & Parameters




5
Hooks




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Events




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Resources

Articles

Element Builder Overview
You can use Builder to create custom integrations to API providers and build your own . You can build for REST, SOAP, and OData APIs and even database applications. Publish finished to the Catalog while automatically generating interactive API D...
Building an Element with Element Builder
Building is a multi-step process that you likely won't complete in a single sitting. We've broken the steps up in this section in separate topics linked from this topic. Here, we'll get you started and give you a high level overview o...
Element Builder: Information Tab
Set up basic information: name and description, hub, API type, authentication type, and reference information.
Element Builder: Setup Properties
Configure properties including the base URL, pagination information, and header formats.
Element Builder: Setup Authentication
Configure authentication by type: Basic, OAuth 2.0, OAuth 1.0, custom, and AWS.
Element Builder: Setup Configuration and Parameters
Set up information that you want to store and make accessible to parameters. Configuration can include data collected from users, variables, or information to pass with API requests.
Element Builder: Setup Hooks
Hooks enable you to execute custom JavaScript before an API request (pre-request hook) and after the API provider sends a response (post-response hook).
Element Builder: Setup Events
Configure webhooks and polling so you can be notified when activity occurs at the API provider.
Element Builder: Resources
Add resources to connect with data at the API provider.