REST Up and Build Quickly Mash up REST services with Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud Service By Shay Shmeltzer

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One of the main features introduced in Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud Service, released in May 2018, was the simplification of REST service consumption. This feature makes it very easy to integrate data from various back-end systems into your web and mobile applications. Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud Service makes the experience of consuming REST services as declarative and visual as possible.

In the following how-to steps, you are going to see how to integrate data from two different systems into a single cohesive app user experience—all without manually writing a single line of code.

You can follow the steps in this tutorial in this video.

Defining Service Connections

Start by creating a new Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud Service application, and name it RESTSample. (You can sign up for a cloud trial to create your app.) With the new application created, choose the service connection to direct to the application, as shown in Figure 1. Read the complete article here.

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