• Intro to AutoHotkey HotStrings with AutoHotkey Intermediate AutoHotkey GUIs are Easy with AutoHotkey Intro to DOS & AutoHotkey

xmlHTTPRequest vs. WinHTTPRequest- What killer advantages does the xmlRequest have?

xmlHTTPRequest vs. WinHTTPRequestIn this video I walk through both the xmlHTTPRequest and the WinHTTPRequest and I compare the xmlHTTPRequest vs. WinHTTPRequest.  As I mention in the video, Jackie Sztuk and I have a great  AutoHotkey webinar on Intro to API calls.  I also have several examples on my API page.

I also mention using Fiddler to monitor the browser traffic and grab your cookies / headers.

xmlHTTPRequest vs. WinHTTPRequest tutorial


Here’s the syntax I used for the WinHTTPRequest example

WinHTTPRequest syntax

And here’s the corresponding two XML API calls I demonstrated in the video

xmlHTTPRequest example using Msxml2.XMLHTTP COM object

Here’s the example connecting to the IE page and sending the API request with the xmlHTTPRequest()

API Call with AutoHotkey to pull WordPress Statistics

I stumbled upon something I had worked on years ago to pull stats from WordPress and decided to have a little fun. In this script I show how you can perform API calls with AutoHotkey to extract your stats from WordPress.
Make sure you get our API syntax writer to help you write your code!

API Call with AutoHotkey to pull WordPress Statistics

API Call with AutoHotkey to pull WordPress Statistics

How I used Google Translate to save the client both time and money

In this session of “what I’ve automated with AutoHotkey” I explain how I saved my client a ton of time and money by using the Google Translate API.

How I used Google Translate to save the client both time and money

Below is the code I used in the code to Google Translate to save the client both time and money.  Make sure you put my Excel function library and Maestrith’s Notify function in your library.

Example Webservice / API call- 4 GoogleMaps API services

Rest API Robot FrameworkGoogleMaps API services

In the following video I work through connecting for four separate APIs which are all under GoogleMaps.  It is very easy to connect to them with AutoHotkey.  Simply get your own token and then adapt the below code to your needs!

If you’re new to API calls, be sure to get our API Syntax Writer

Video reviewing the four GoogleMaps APIs.

GoogleMaps Directions API

GoogleMaps GeoCode API

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