Zapier is an application that integrates applications together. Users can choose triggers that automatically push data and content from one application to another.
With Zapier, developers and users can integrate applications with API keys. Some example API methods include managing account information, performing various actions, and automating processes.
The following is a list of SDKs from our SDK directory that matched your search term. Though your definition of an SDK may differ, in our world, we define SDKs as platform- specific tools for consuming existing APIs of the sort we list in our API directory. For example, the Ruby SDK for consuming the Twitter Ads API. If you think an SDK, API, or other asset is missing from our directory, be sure to check our guidelines for making contributions to ProgrammableWeb.
The Zapier Python SDK by Antonio Ortega interacts basically with the API, providing code to set endpoint and add Key. With Zapier, developers can integrate triggers and actions into applications to automate tasks.
The Zapier CoffeeScript SDK by Tys von Gaza allows API communication to access automated capabilities, that can be integrated into applications. Activities, bill, calendar, communication, contact, note, practice area, and tasks are some of the features available.
The Zapier PHP SDK by YJ Tso communicates with the API to access automated features to integrate into applications. Tasks include send form submissions, notify via Slack, post to social media, and send reviews to a team.
The Zapier Ruby SDK by David Peterson wraps the API to post to Slack and send an email to notify deployment completion. General usage includes configuration to choose a trigger and action and select a Web Hook account. Rails usage presents how to initiate with few lines of code.