A Step-by-Step Guide


In today's digital landscape, the ability to create and automate APIs and workflows is crucial for businesses. Viasocket is a powerful SaaS tool that offers a serverless, no-code/low-code platform for building APIs and workflow automation. In this article, we will walk you through the process of building your first API/workflow using Viasocket. Let's get started!

1. Create Your Script and Obtain the API URL: 

To begin, log in to Viasocket and create a new script. Each script in Viasocket is assigned a unique webhook/API URL. This URL acts as an endpoint for sending data and triggering the execution of your script. Make a note of this URL as you will need it to send data to your script.

2. Sending Data to Your Script:

To send data to your script, you can integrate the webhook/API URL within your own code or any third party webhook. 
Alternatively, for testing purposes, you can use tools like Postman to make API calls to your script's URL. This allows you to simulate the flow and test the functionality of your API/workflow.

3. Utilize the Invocation Tab:

Viasocket provides an Invocation tab that allows you to view the incoming data on your script's URL. This tab is a handy tool for inspecting the data and selecting the specific data points you want to utilize in your workflow steps. Simply click on the data to pick it and use it in subsequent steps.

4. Choosing the Right Blocks:

Within Viasocket, you can add steps to your workflow by selecting different blocks. To add a block, either click the "+" button on the screen or type in the input field to search for a specific block. Let's explore some of the key blocks you can leverage:

 A. Function Block:

   The Function block enables you to write JavaScript code that can be used to process data and perform various operations. You can utilize variables and their responses in subsequent blocks, allowing for powerful customization and flexibility.

 B. Variable Block:

   The Variable block lets you write simple JavaScript code to modify existing variables or create new ones. This is particularly useful for transforming or manipulating data before passing it to subsequent steps in your workflow.

 C. IF Block:

   The IF block allows you to create conditional statements within your workflow. By specifying conditions, you can control the flow of your script and execute different steps based on true or false conditions.


 D. API Block:

   The API block in Viasocket allows you to integrate with external APIs or specify your own API endpoints. You can define the necessary headers, body, and other parameters required by the API. The response from the API block can be utilized in other blocks within your workflow.

E. Response Block:

   The Response block enables you to define the desired response that your webhook or API should return. You can customize the response based on your requirements, providing dynamic and tailored outputs.

5. Leveraging AI for Enhanced Workflow Creation:

Viasocket incorporates AI capabilities to assist you in building your workflows more efficiently. You can utilize AI to generate code within each block by simply providing your statement or requirement. The AI will automatically generate the code or import the necessary data, saving you time and effort.


We walked you through the process of creating your first API/workflow using Viasocket's intuitive interface and powerful blocks. By following these steps and start building your APIs and workflows with Viasocket today and unlock the power of seamless integration and automation.

Here is what the final workflow, as demonstrated in the GIFs, will look like. You can also drag and drop the blocks to change the sequence of the flow.