I have already mentioned many details about IBM API Connect service in this post https://kenanhancer.com/2019/06/30/ibm-cloud-api-connect/ But, I tried to emphasize some details more clearly. There is a sequential structure in IBM API Connect. That is Cloud Foundry Organisations => Spaces => Catalogs => Products => APIs. In this case, if we want to find any API, we need to know Cloud Foundry Org, Space, Catalog, Product respectively so that we can find our API.
Cloud Foundry Orgs
Cloud Foundry Orgs can be find under Account and Cloud Foundry orgs menu as shown below screenshot. In my case, I have 4 Cloud Foundry Orgs. As I said preceding, there is spaces under Organisations. So, there is 1 space in APIGateway-dev organisation and 2 spaces in firstname.lastname@example.org organisation. APIGateway-dev2 and APIGateway-dev3 don’t have any spaces.
So, let’s see APIGateway-dev org details in the following screenshot.
Actually, I struggled very very much to understand how API Connect service works. Because, I couldn’t find a good documentation in IBM official site. So, I hope that someone who needs to understand may benefit from this article. I think that writing too much about API Connect UI is not very helpful. That is to say, Pictures sometimes may say many things clearly. So, you will see many screenshots with simple descriptions. 😉
//If you have installed babel-cli package globally, run below code.
babel-node --presets=env --plugins=transform-runtime src
//If you have .babelrc config file, run below code without specifying inline arguments.
//If you have installed babel-cli package locally, run below code.
./node_modules/.bin/babel-node --presets=env --plugins=transform-runtime src
Running with Babel-register
node --require ./node_modules/babel-register src
node --require babel-register src/index.js
If you are using git for your projects, you need to run some git commands such as clone, pull or push. So, let’s say that you want to clone one git project and if it is asking your username and password, you can create a SSH Public Key for your pc, after that you can paste it your github account so that you will never need to specify username and password.
You can follow below screenshot to create a SSH Public Key. After you create it, copy created SSH Public Key from terminal and paste it to GitHub SSH Keygen window like below.
Follow below screenshots to add your SSH Public Key in your GitHub account.