In “Understanding PocketQuery“ and “Working with SQL Datasources“ we’ve covered the basic concepts of PocketQuery and learned how to create SQL Datasources and Queries. We also saw how we can use Query Parameters to make our Queries more dynamic and useful.

In this part of the guide we’re going to have a look at how we can do the same with REST Datasources & Queries. We’ll also learn how we can utilize Converters and Templates to change the appearance of our result. So, let’s continue and create your first REST Datasource!