This is the second in a series of two articles that explain how to leverage the Power BI technology built into Microsoft Excel to create a true self-service business analytics experience with Marketo. With the concepts covered in these articles, you’ll be able to: Import data from Marketo into Excel Import and combine data from … Continue reading “Excel Integration Part 2: Build Advanced Marketo Reports and Data Visualizations Using Power Pivot and Power View”
In the Fall 2016 release, we are adding CRUD support for Email v2 variables and modules, and CRUD support for Named Accounts. You will now be able to locally read and edit the content using Marketo REST APIs, as well as move, reorder and delete them. See the full list of updates below: Lead Database … Continue reading “Fall 2016 Updates”
We have decided to retire @MarketoDev handle on Twitter. The account will be deactivated on December 9th, 2016. Curious why? Rewind back to early 2014… We had just launched the Marketo Developers Site to help developers build against our APIs. We wanted to increase awareness of the Marketo platform, and to lower barriers to entry … Continue reading “Why We Retired @MarketoDev Twitter Handle”
This is the first of a series of articles that explain how to leverage the Power BI technology built into Microsoft Excel to create a true self-service business analytics experience with Marketo. With the concepts covered in these articles, you’ll be able to: Import data from Marketo into Excel Import and combine data from other … Continue reading “Excel Integration Part 1: Extract & Shape Marketo Data Using Power Query”
Swagger-codegen is a powerful Java library which can generate both server stubs and API clients from swagger definitions. This can dramatically ease the difficulty and cost of generating clients for any specific language. To get started and generate your first client, you’ll first want to grab an instance-specific copy of one of Marketo’s Swagger Definitions. … Continue reading “Using swagger-codegen with Marketo”
For the summer 2016 release on September 23rd, there are three developer-oriented features being released. Email 2.0 Support in the REST API All pre-existing Asset APIs which were only compatible with v1.0 Emails and Templates are now enabled for use with v2.0 email assets. Push Lead to Marketo Push Lead is an alternate lead synchronization method … Continue reading “Summer 2016 Updates”
Our engineering team has been busy building out new REST endpoints and creating wonderful ways to extend the Marketo Platform. To keep pace with this innovation, and help improve the overall developer experience, we have given our site a makeover. Let’s go through a few of the highlights! REST API Endpoint Reference All new endpoint … Continue reading “Welcome to the New Marketo Developer Website”
REST API Asset API – Web Pages Landing Pages are now exposed via fifteen new endpoints which will allowing creating, updating, deleting, cloning and draft management for landing pages. Landing Page templates now also have draft management endpoints exposed Get Landing Pages Get Landing Page by ID Get Landing Page by Name Create Landing Page Update … Continue reading “Spring 2016 Updates”
So you like the idea of using Zapier with Marketo, but need help getting started? Good news! Zapier has just released a number of example Zaps for Marketo that allow you to get going quickly.
This article explains in detail how to integrate Marketo with potentially over 500 Cloud Apps, thanks to Zapier.