Mocharc: The Essential Mocha Configuration Guide
React Testing Library waitFor: Start Using It in 6 Steps
The React Testing Library is made on top of the DOM testing library. It has become popular quickly because most unit test cases written in it resemble real user interactions. Writing test cases for asynchronous tasks like API calls are often complicated. This post on Testim’s blog will look into the waitFor utility provided by the React Testing Library.
Zoom OAuth: How to Connect Your Web App to the Zoom Client
Most websites today offer a number of popular social login providers like Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. They also interact with these providers in other ways, such as sharing a post on your behalf on Facebook, accessing your Google Calendar, etc. In all these scenarios, the web app needs to authenticate you via these third-party providers. It does so using a secure protocol called open authentication (OAuth). So, what if your web app wants to access a user’s Zoom meetings? Well, in that case, you can integrate the Zoom API into your app. Find out more from Siddhant Varma on Fusebit’s blog.
Everything You Need to Know About Third-Party Integrations, From Widgets to APIs
In this post from Eric Goebelbecker on Fusebit’s blog, you can take a look at everything you need to know about third-party integrations, from widgets to API. And hopefully, you will increase your knowledge of third-party integrations and take away something you can use on your current and future products.
Reddit OAuth: Let Users Sign into Your App With Reddit Login
Reddit OAuth (Open Authorization) allows users to authenticate your application using their Reddit account. Your application can do this by requesting access to Reddit on behalf of a user without actually revealing their login credentials. In addition, Reddit OAuth makes it possible for your application to make HTTP requests to Reddit’s API endpoint to get information regarding a particular user. Your application may also perform several tasks such as creating a post on Reddit, getting a user’s notification, and more. In this post from Pius Aboyi on Fusebit’s blog, you’ll learn how to let users sign in using OAuth and their Reddit profile.
HubSpot Pipedrive Integration, From Start to Finish
When you’re looking for a cloud-based CRM that will help with managing sales and drive your marketing, Pipedrive and HubSpot are always two of the major contenders. But they are two very different tools, and it’s not always a binary decision. Sometimes you might be better off using both. In this tutorial on Fusebit’s blog, Eric Goebelbeckershows you a look at HubSpot and Pipedrive integration. After we compare the two platforms, we’ll see how you can use HubSpot Data Sync to get them working together.
Asana OAuth: How to Access User Data Using OAuth
Authorization services are a critical part of any secure website because they focus on granting access to a set of resources once you’ve proven your identity. OAuth is an industry-standard protocol that anyone can follow to implement a robust and battle-tested authorization service. In this post from John Pereira on Fusebit’s blog, you’ll learn how to implement a Node.js application that connects to Asana and requests the authenticated user’s data by using OAuth 2.