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As you know, WSO2 API Manager is the world’s leading open-source, enterprise-grade API management platform for on-premises, cloud, and hybrid architectures.
Most of time, we need to add throttling policies for API Subscribers to manage API resources properly. We can add throttling policies for Resource level, API level, subscription level, application level etc… However, If we need to add a same policies to all the client IP addresses, we cannot directly declare the policy. (Because we don’t know all the client IP addresses) 🥴🥴🥴
Eg: If we need to add a policy for an API/API resource (5 requests per minute) for each client IP address, we cannot add all client IP addresses into the throttling policy via admin console. …
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Today, I’ll explain how to use the WSO2 API Manager Command Line Interface (APIMCLI) with WSO2 API Manager 2.6.0 in Linux Operating System.
WSO2 API Manager is the world’s leading open-source, enterprise-grade API management platform for on-premises, cloud, and hybrid architectures.
WSO2 API Manager Command Line Interface allows you to manage multiple environments which are running in a same WSO2 API Manager instance. This allows you to manage APIs between your environments by import and export APIs.
Sounds pretty cool??? Ok, Let’s start. 😇😇😇
Getting started with API Manager
Are you trying to create an Android Application which includes bio-metric authentications and some necessary data validations? If yes, this article will help you.
In this article, I will explain you how to implement some validations and bio-metric authentications with Util Manager library. Util Manager is an Open-Source Android Library which is developed by my self and that library supports for NIC validations, Mobile number validations, email validations, card validations, SharedPreference, DateTime, GPS, Network, Amounts and many more.
In bio-metric authentications, this library will support for both BiometricPrompt (Both faceID and Fingerprint) and custom fingerprint validation method.
Repository — https://github.com/Sumudu-Sahan/Utils_Manager
Implementation with Util Manager in easy…
Are you trying to create an Android Application which includes LinkedIn SignIn? If yes, You have to implement that with OAuth2 because, LinkedIn Android Mobile SDK is not available since 1st of May 2019. (Ref — https://engineering.linkedin.com/blog/2018/12/developer-program-updates)
In this article, I will show you how to do LinkedIn Authentications via LinkedInManager. LinkedInManager is an Open-Source Android Library which is developed by my self and that library supports for r_emailaddress and r_liteprofile permissions.
Latest Dependency version — 1.01.00
What’n new on V1.01.00