Executing Functions using API URLs
Executing a function via a REST API URL is now supported in Sigma. All you have to do is configure the Function Execution API URL with your function parameters. This helps to listen to third-party application events through webhooks and perform ...
Functions are the building blocks for developing an extension. They come handy for all server side customization. Sigma executes functions without additional infrastructure cost. External function calls can be done using rest APIs. You have to ...
Executions tab displays the list of triggers executed in your extensions. Along with the trigger name and its version, you can also view the function to which the trigger is associated, start time of the execution, duration of the execution, and its ...
Sigma uses connections to expand your Zoho Services’ third-party support. This is done with the help of OAuth 2.0 or any other basic authentication protocols. OAuth 2.0 OAuth 2.0 is an industry standard, open source authorisation protocol which is ...
Triggers & Events
Triggers are configured to invoke function blocks when specific events occur in the application or Zoho service. For example, you can trigger a welcome email to a user when your extension is installed. The mail notification function is configured in ...