Build a Web API to expose Salesforce.com objects

Easy assembly with IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Web API Services

From the developerWorks archives

Katherine Sanders

Date archived: December 13, 2016 | First published: July 02, 2013

In this article, API developers can learn how to use IBM® WebSphere® Cast Iron® Web API Services to create a web API that can be invoked to create a contact in the Salesforce.com customer relationship management system. With IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Web API Services, you can assemble and expose APIs with just a few clicks. You can also analyze your web API usage via the analytics provided as well as socialize your web API communities in a branded developer portal with community hooks.

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