What is Appmixer

Appmixer is a white-labeled embedded iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Service) with a workflow automation engine and no-code workflow tool that can be embedded inside any SaaS product.

The key features of Appmixer are:

  • Integration platform: Appmixer takes care of the heavy lifting associated with developing API integrations. Built-in support for Authentication (OAuth 1, OAuth 2, API keys), automatic handling of API quotas and limits, graceful error handling and recovery, log history with dashboards and charts, and much more.

  • Workflow Automation Engine: Scalable workflow automation engine with REST API automates business processes and data flows.

  • No-code workflow automation builder: An embeddable drag&drop workflow designer UI.

  • JavaScript SDK: JavaScript SDK seamlessly embeds any of Appmixer UI widgets — including the drag-and-drop workflow designer — into your web product. All UI widgets are fully customisable.

  • Custom Connectors: Appmixer is equipped with over 100 ready-to-use connectors for the most popular platforms, or you can build your own custom triggers, actions, and Webhooks to any third-party cloud app or internal API.

There are two use cases for which Appmixer can do an exceptional job:

  • embedding Appmixer into your software and exposing the Appmixer Studio to your end-users to allow them to build complex workflows, or using the Studio to build internal flows,

  • creating and managing integration templates and exposing only the simplistic integration wizards to less technical end-users.

Let's look at both use cases in better detail.

1. Building sophisticated flows in the Appmixer Studio

As stated above, you can expose the Appmixer Studio to your end-users and empower them with endless integration and automation possibilities, or use the Studio to build flows for internal purposes. In both cases, the sky is the limit in terms of flow complexity.

Below, see an example flow built in the Appmixer Studio.

2. Creating and managing integration templates

Not all users are tech-savvy and have the skills to build complex flows. For these cases, all you can do is to prebuilt so-called integration wizards, and let your end-users fill in only the last missing details.

Below, see an example of an Integration template that syncs contacts to Salesforce. As you can see, instead of letting your end-user configure the flow in the Studio, you can predefine the fields that need to be filled out, and let the end-user use the simplistic version aka Integration wizard.

As you can see, Appmixer is very flexible. There are literally no limits in how you can use Appmixer both for your internal purposes, or to upgrade your software and allow your end-users to automate processes and integrate with third-party platforms.

Now that you have a better idea of how Appmixer works, let's uncover the three main interfaces: Appmixer Studio, Backoffice, and SDK Demo.

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