In this blog article, we’ll be focused in on the Analytics API because it’s primarily used for reporting and dashboards.
Salesforce has really transformed a lot of companies I’ve been involved with because it’s made the sales team way more effective and allowed all people that need access to know what’s going on.
Integrating Salesforce with other apps has the potential to dramatically improve efficiency and productivity in businesses.
SOAP is basically an XML based API that existed before the REST API existed. SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol – it’s a mostly legacy protocol that was designed for doing remote api requests in a language independent way.
From time to time unfortunately, we’ll need to call a SOAP API.
Reasons to Integrate Salesforce is part of the blog post series: Integrating Salesforce With Other Apps – A Series!
Salesforce has a few different types of APIs that they support that can be used for many different purposes.For example, there’s an API called the Tooling API which is useful for manipulating apex, running tests, or etc. …