Creating an efficient team is key to the success of any development project, and integration is no different. A small team of 3-5 internal resources can make the most impactful balance between team efficiency and throughput. Cloud Elements recommends your integration team is composed of the roles listed in this guide.
With 2020 in full swing, most software and enterprise executives are on the hook to execute and deliver on ...
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OAuth 2.0 for Any App or API? Yes We Can. If nothing else, we’ve all learned a few things over the course of the pandemic.
Any experienced developer knows that coding the integration is only the first half of the battle.
Yet another key to building an effective integration is implementing eventing.
If you’re still getting the hang of web development and HTTP specification, you might find yourself often confused about which verbs to use and when.
Product managers are responsible for determining the services and applications that are used by their customers and figuring out how to get their application integrated with them.
So you’ve put in the time and effort to build a killer app. But if it can’t be integrated with the other apps your customer base uses and needs connectivity to, you won’t see the adoption and retentio
OAuth is an open standard for authorization that uses access and refresh tokens.
So it’s your turn to take a crack at building a new integration. We get it - you don’t need to reinvent the wheel.
A seamless, connected experience that’s relevant to your customer’s use case is the bottomline of a great user experience.
You (and your users) can’t map and transform data if you’re missing custom objects.
Authentication can be complex, and developers are forced to work within the framework of the APIs they’re integrating to.
To build a seamless API integration, you need to map data appropriately.
To build a seamless user experience for your customers, it’s essential to offer pre-built, pre-orchestrated integrations to high-demand complementary applications (e.g., CRM, Finance,...
Do you ever feel haunted by the ghosts of problems-past?
If you’re a technology company, you use APIs. Your products are built on them and you need them to connect to other applications so your users aren’t performing manual, reiterative tasks.
I saw an interesting article in Vox a while back, an interview with Adam Tooze who wrote the book Crashed about the Great Recession. He mentioned that looking at the responses to...
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