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AWS IOT + Webhooks By Connect Integrations

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About AWS IOT

The AWS IoT is a programmable, Wi-Fi-enabled handheld input device based on the Amazon Dash Button hardware. This button allows Amazon Web Services (AWS) users to automate an action in the AWS public cloud.

About Webhooks By Connect

Webhooks are automated messages sent from apps when something happens. Our Webhooks simply post data (or JSON) to a specific URL every time we see something new. Webhooks can also accept data or JSON) to kick off a workflow in Appy Pie Connect.

Webhooks By Connect Integrations

Best AWS IOT and Webhooks By Connect Integrations

  • AWS IOT SMS By Connect

    AWS IOT + SMS By Connect

    Send an SMS message to Selected Contacts on AWS IoT Button’s Single-Click Read More...
    When this happens...
    AWS IOT Single Click
     
    Then do this...
    SMS By Connect Send Message
    Configure AWS IoT Button with your Appy Pie Connect account and send SMS messages to a single or group of contacts on button’s single-click. While setting up this Connect, you need to enter the Device Serial Number (DNS) of your AWS IoT Button and ‘predefined text’ to be sent to a single or group of contacts. Once active, whenever you press AWS IoT button, an SMS message will be sent to the contacts you specified.
    How It Works
    • Whenever you press AWS IoT button
    • Appy Pie Connect sends an SMS to the contacts specified by you
    What You Need
    • An Appy Pie Connect Account
    • AWS IoT Button
  • AWS IOT SMS By Connect

    AWS IOT + SMS By Connect

    Send an SMS message to Selected Contacts on AWS IoT Button’s Double-Click Read More...
    When this happens...
    AWS IOT Double Click
     
    Then do this...
    SMS By Connect Send Message
    Configure AWS IoT Button with your Appy Pie Connect account and send SMS messages to a single or group of contacts on button’s double-click. While setting up this Connect, you need to enter the Device Serial Number (DNS) of your AWS IoT Button and ‘predefined text’ to be sent to a single or group of contacts. Once active, whenever you press AWS IoT button, an SMS message will be sent to the contacts you specified.
    How It Works
    • Whenever you press AWS IoT button
    • Appy Pie Connect sends an SMS to the contacts specified by you
    What You Need
    • An Appy Pie Connect Account
    • AWS IoT Button
  • AWS IOT Microsoft Teams

    AWS IOT + Microsoft Teams

    Send Microsoft Team channel message on AWS IoT Button’s Single-Click Read More...
    When this happens...
    AWS IOT Single Click
     
    Then do this...
    Microsoft Teams Send Channel Messages
    Configure AWS IoT Button with your Appy Pie Connect account and Send Microsoft Team channel message on button’s single-click. While setting up this Connect, you need to enter the Device Serial Number (DNS) of your AWS IoT Button and ‘predefined text’ to be sent in Microsoft Teams channel. Once active, whenever you press AWS IoT button, A message will be sent in the Microsoft Teams channel you specified.
    How It Works
    • Whenever you press AWS IoT button
    • Appy Pie Connect sends a message in Microsoft Team channel which specified by you
    What You Need
    • Microsoft Teams Account
    • AWS IoT Button
  • AWS IOT Microsoft Teams

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    {{item.message}} Read More...
    When this happens...
    AWS IOT {{item.triggerTitle}}
     
    Then do this...
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Connect AWS IOT + Webhooks By Connect in easier way

It's easy to connect AWS IOT + Webhooks By Connect without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • Double Click

    Triggers when you double click on IOT Button.

  • Long Press

    Triggers when long press on IOT Button.

  • Single Click

    Triggers when you click on IOT Button.

    Actions
  • GET

    Fire off a single GET request with optional querystrings

  • POST

    Fire off a single POST request as a form or JSON.

  • PUT

    Fire off a single PUT request as a form or JSON.

How AWS IOT & Webhooks By Connect Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose AWS IOT as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate AWS IOT with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Webhooks By Connect as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Webhooks By Connect with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of AWS IOT and Webhooks By Connect

What is AWS IOT?

Amazon Web Services Internet of Things (IoT. is a cplection of integrated services that help you build IoT applications quickly and securely.The service allows developers to seamlessly connect existing software, devices, and systems to the AWS Cloud with very little configuration, so you can focus on your business logic and application features.What is Webhooks By Connect?

Webhooks By Connect is cloud-based notification system that makes it easy for any website or app to create custom, real-time notifications. With one line of code, any website or app can send data about events such as products added to an online shopping cart, a new user registered, or an item posted to a blog to a designated URL.Webhooks By Connect is designed for simple, one-way delivery of information. It is not designed for complex two-way communication, because that would require Webhooks By Connect to implement the protocp used by the application sending the data. For example, sending an XML file containing order information to Webhooks By Connect requires parsing and processing the XML. Parsing and processing XML is outside the scope of Webhooks By Connect, which aims to simplify and accelerate development, not complicate it.Webhooks By Connect does not require an API key.Webhooks By Connect does not provide analytics or metrics.

Integration of AWS IOT and Webhooks By Connect

First off I will explain how the two services are integrated by looking at how they work individually then describe how they are integrated.Overview of how AWS IOT works. The AWS IOT service is made up of various components that when taken together form the entire service. The main components are. 1. AWS IOT Core Device Gateway 2. AWS IOT Core Lambda Function 3. AWS IOT Core MQTT Broker 4. AWS IOT Core MQTT Topic 5. AWS IOT Core S3 Bucket 6. AWS IOT Core Rules Engine 7. AWS IOT Core Rules Engine Lambda Function 8. AWS IOT Core Rules Engine Simple Notification Service Endpoint 9. AWS IOT Core Rules Engine SNS Topic 10. AWS IOT Core Simple Notification Service Endpoint 11. AWS IOT Core SNS Topic 12. Amazon DynamoDB 13. Amazon S3 bucket 14. Amazon SQS queue 15. Amazon SNS topic 16. Amazon Kinesis stream 17. Amazon Simple Notification Service 18. Amazon Simple Queue Service 19. Amazon Simple Storage Service 20. Amazon Virtual Private Cloud 21. Amazon VPC 22. Amazon EC2 23. Amazon Elastic Load Balancing 24. Amazon Route 53 25. Amazon Redshift 26. Amazon Relational Database Service 27. Amazon Simple Email Service 28. Amazon Cognito Identity 29. Amazon Cognito Sync 30. Amazon CloudFront 31. Amazon CloudWatch 32. Amazon CloudWatch Logs 33. Amazon Route 53 34. Amazon Route 53 Domain 35. Custom resource 36. Device gateway 37. Lambda function 38. Lambda function 39. Lambda function 40. Lambda function 41. MQTT broker 42. MQTT topic 43. S3 bucket 44. SNS topic 45. SQS queue 46. Kinesis stream 47. SNS topic 48. SQS queue 49. Kinesis stream 50. SNS topic 51. SQS queue 52. Kinesis stream 53. SNS topic 54. A message is sent from a connected device to an MQTT broker 55. The broker sends a message to a Lambda function 56. The Lambda function executes rules based on criteria 57. The Lambda function sends messages to an S3 bucket 58. The bucket triggers notifications 59. An SNS topic receives the notifications 60. An SQS queue receives notifications 61. A Kinesis stream receives notifications 62. A SNS topic receives notifications 63. An SQS queue receives notifications 64. A Kinesis stream receives notifications 65. A message is sent from an S3 bucket 66. The bucket triggers notifications 67. An SNS topic receives notifications 68. An SQS queue receives notifications 69. A Kinesis stream receives notifications 70. A message is sent from an SNS topic 71. An SQS queue receives notifications 72. A message is sent from an SQS queue 73. The queue triggers notifications 74. An SNS topic receives notifications 75. An SQS queue receives notifications 76. A Kinesis stream receives notifications 77. A message is sent from an SNS topic 78. An SQS queue receives notifications 79. A Kinesis stream receives notifications 80. A message is sent from an SQS queue 81. The queue triggers notifications 82. An SNS topic receives notifications 83. An SQS queue receives notifications 84. A Kinesis stream receives notifications 85. A message is sent from an SQS queue 86. The queue triggers notifications 87. An SNS topic receives notifications 88. An SQS queue receives notifications 89. A Kinesis stream receives notifications 90. An SNS topic receives notifications 91. An SQS queue receives notifications 92. A message is sent from an SNS topic 93. An SQS queue receives notifications 94. A Kinesis stream receives notifications 95. A message is sent from an SQS queue 96. The queue triggers notifications 97. An SNS topic receives notifications 98. An SQS queue receives notifications 99. A Kinesis stream receives notifications 100 A message is sent from an EQS queue 101 Messages are placed in an S3 bucket 102 A message is sent from an S3 bucket 103 Messages are placed in an SQS queue 104 Messages are placed in an SNS topic 105 Messages are placed in a Kinesis stream 106 Messages are placed in an SNS topic 107 Messages are placed in a Kinesis stream 108 Messages are placed in an S3 bucket 109 Messages are placed in an SQS queue 110 Messages are placed in an SNS topic 111 Messages are placed in a Kinesis stream 112 Messages are placed in an S3 bucket 113 Messages are placed in an SQS queue 114 Messages are placed in an SNS topic 115 Messages are placed in a Kinesis stream 116 Messages are placed in an S3 bucket 117 Messages are placed in an SQS queue 118 Messages are placed in an SNS topic 119 Messages are placed in a Kinesis stream 120 Messages are placed in an S3 bucket 121 Messages are placed in an SQS queue 122 Messages are placed in an SNS topic 123 Messages are placed in a Kinesis stream 124 Messages are placed in an S3 bucket 125 Messages are placed in an SQS queue 126 Messages are placed in an SNS topic 127 Messages are placed in a Kinesis stream 128 Messages are placed in an S3 bucket 129 Messages are placed in an SQS queue 130 Messages are placed in an SNS topic 131 Messages are placed in a Kinesis stream 132 Messages are placed in an S3 bucket 133 Messages are placed in an SQS queue 134 Messages are placed in an SNS topic 135 Messages are placed in a Kinesis stream 136 If multiple rules match, they will be executed sequentially 137 If no rules match, nothing will happen 138 All messages received will be processed by the rules engine 139 There will be a delay between rule evaluation 140 There might be false positives 141 Any number of things could cause the rules engine to evaluate 142 When the rules engine evaluates there might be false positives 143 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 144 There might be some latency between rule evaluation 145 There might be false positives 146 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 147 There might be false positives 148 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 149 There might be false positives 150 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 151 There might be false positives 152 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 153 There might be false positives 154 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 155 There might be false positives 156 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 157 There might be false positives 158 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 159 There might be false positives 160 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 161 There might be false positives 162 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 163 There might be false positives 164 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 165 There might be false positives 166 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 167 There might be false positives 168 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 169 There might be false positives 170 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 171 There might be false positives 172 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 173 There might be false positives 174 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 175 There might be false positives 176 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 177 There might be false positives 178 There could be some latency between rule evaluation 179 There might be false positives 180 There could be some latency between

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