Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Meeting up with Citrix APIs, part of Up and Running with Cloud Service APIs.
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Citrix specializes in the online connection space for enterprise…in small and medium businesses with products like GoToMeeting…for online meetings, GoToWebinars for self guided webinars, GoToTraining…for in house training, and GoToAssist for screen-to-screen IT support.…Now, all of the products I've just mentioned have REST-based APIs…available so you can create custom experiences with their baseline products.…This allows Citrix to expand their content delivery model to a highly tailored one.…
To get started with Citrix, go…to their developer portal found at developer.citrixonline.com.…The first step, as you might suspect by now, is to get registered as a developer.…As you can see, on the registration page…here, there's only just a few details are needed.…Name, contact information, some business details, that's all that's required.…Now I've already registered, so let me click login.…I'll enter in the username I set up and the password.…Notice that you can also authenticate with Google if you like or use OpenID.…
First, there are the popular Google cloud services and device-specific APIs for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. Then there are APIs to connect to followers on platforms like Facebook and Twitter and even pull images from Flickr. For some really interesting data, Joe shows how to access corporate APIs from companies like Citrix and General Motors. (Imagine getting vehicle data straight from GM.) Last, he shows how to leverage public sector APIs and mine data from the national census, weather bureaus, and even federal job boards. Learn how to make your web projects stand out with cloud services.
- Working with Google Cloud APIs
- Connecting to mobile devices via APIs
- Interfacing with Facebook and managing a Twitter feed
- Utilizing the Google infrastructure in your own apps
- Working with the General Motors API
- Understanding public sector APIs