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HTTP Request

Nuclia and Token Metrics integration

n8n lets you integrate Nuclia with Token Metrics to build powerful workflows. Design automation that extracts, transforms and loads data between your apps and services. You can choose from a wide range of operations supported by a product's API and use n8n’s HTTP Request node to make custom API calls. Connect apps that are both in and outside n8n’s apps library.

Integrate Nuclia and Token Metrics

Build your own Nuclia and Token Metrics integration

Create custom Nuclia and Token Metrics workflows by choosing triggers and actions. Nodes come with global operations and settings, as well as app-specific parameters that can be configured. You can also use the HTTP Request node to query data from any app or service with a REST API.

How to integrate Nuclia and Token Metrics

  • Step 1: Add the first step

  • Step 2: Add and configure Nuclia and Token Metrics using the HTTP Request nodes

  • Step 3: Connect Nuclia and Token Metrics

  • Step 4: Run workflow

Pulling data from services that n8n doesn’t have a pre-built integration for

You still can use the app in a workflow even if we don’t have a node for that or the existing operation for that. With the HTTP Request node, it is possible to call any API point and use the incoming data in your workflow

Main use cases:

  • Connect with apps and services that n8n doesn’t have integration with
  • Web scraping

How it works
This workflow can be divided into three branches, each serving a distinct purpose:

1.Splitting into Items (HTTP Request - Get Mock Albums):

  • The workflow initiates with a manual trigger (On clicking 'execute').
  • It performs an HTTP request to retrieve mock albums data from "https://jsonplaceholder.typicode.com/albums."
  • The obtained data is split into items using the Item Lists node, facilitating easier management.

2.Data Scraping (HTTP Request - Get Wikipedia Page and HTML Extract):

  • Another branch of the workflow involves fetching a random Wikipedia page using an HTTP request to "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Random."
  • The HTML Extract node extracts the article title from the fetched Wikipedia page.

3.Handling Pagination (The final branch deals with handling pagination for a GitHub API request):

  • It sends an HTTP request to "https://api.github.com/users/that-one-tom/starred," with parameters like the page number and items per page dynamically set by the Set node.
  • The workflow uses conditions (If - Are we finished?) to check if there are more pages to retrieve and increments the page number accordingly (Set - Increment Page).
  • This process repeats until all pages are fetched, allowing for comprehensive data retrieval.

Nodes used in this workflow

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Supported methods for Nuclia

Delete
Get
Head
Options
Patch
Post
Put

Requires additional credentials set up

Use n8n’s HTTP Request node with a predefined or generic credential type to make custom API calls.

Supported methods for Token Metrics

Delete
Get
Head
Options
Patch
Post
Put

Requires additional credentials set up

Use n8n’s HTTP Request node with a predefined or generic credential type to make custom API calls.

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Why use n8n to integrate Nuclia with Token Metrics

Build complex workflows, really fast

Build complex workflows, really fast

Handle branching, merging and iteration easily.
Pause your workflow to wait for external events.

Code when you need it, UI when you don't

Simple debugging

Your data is displayed alongside your settings, making edge cases easy to track down.

Use templates to get started fast

Use 1000+ workflow templates available from our core team and our community.

Reuse your work

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