Connecting Your Application

Now that you have a Fusebit Integration successfully sending messages to your integration target (Slack in this example), let's see how to connect your application to Fusebit! If you didn't complete the pre-requisite Getting Started guide, please check that out now.

At the end of this guide, you will have a working end-to-end experience where some action in your application results in a message being sent in Slack.

Here is a breakdown of the steps:

  • Obtaining an Access Key - get an Access KeyAccess Key - A long-lived key that you can use to invoke the Fusebit API. Simply provide the key as a bearer token in a the Authorization header of a request, as in `Authorization: Bearer {your-key}`. This key should be kept private and not shared, but can be revoked if necessary. so that your system can interact with Fusebit
  • Installing an Integration - enable your application's users to install the Integration
  • Collecting User Configuration - optionally collecting parameters your integration needs when users install it
  • Invoking the Integration Install - once the Integration is installed, you can now invoke the third-party system to exchange data

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