Interfaces will contain resources that define the endpoints an integration can transact with to share data. A standard application interface will have resources that are already built. Any user can add additional resources if a resource is not present but is supported by the external system.
If you are building out your application as an Intely App, you will want to define the resources for the various endpoints or routes your API supports.
Each resource will have a set of actions representing different operation types to work with resource data. The action has a method based on various HTTP actions to create, retrieve, update, or delete data.
Each action requires a URL path so that the Intely App knows the specific endpoint where it should route the request.
Depending on the action, there will be a defined Content-Type, Request Body Data Schema, Response Body Data Schema, Request Parameters, and Request Constraints.
You can learn more about creating Data Types for an application's Request and Response data schemas My Data Types.
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