URL will contain the URL of the API you want to use.
Query Strings needs to be filled with the data fields the API accepts
Headers represent the meta-data associated with the API request and response
Body contains information you want to be sent to the server.
Skip Ssl will ignore the ssl certificates.
These actions are flow actions. This means you can execute the API's anywhere you like, on page load, on button click, etc.
This example blueprint can be found in your cluster, this way you can look for yourself how it is used. If you want to see the result of this example you can go tho This page
webhooks actions. Some of the most known API's are already built in in RUAL and are easy to use. In the Block docs you can search for the API you want to use and see what actions are made for the API. In the image you can see an overview of some of the API's built in RUAL. If there is an API not yet in RUAL you can contact us.