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Most of the time when you’re writing code in Deluge Script, you’re not going to be doing something like this:

Something like this is useful when you’re doing exercises. But when you’re writing real code, you’re going to get your data from elsewhere. For example, maybe you want to get it from an external API. Check this out:

We’re using postUrl to extract the data from a source (in our case it’s Twitter). Here’s another example:

We’re using the Zoho server, and getting the data from the CRM leads.

Zoho Services Without Authorization

What if you wanted to use another Zoho service without dealing with the authorization side of it? We’d use a combination of invokeUrl and connections. For an example, refer to our article on getting the list of users from the Zoho API.

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