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Simply put, integrations are used as a bridge to gap two different systems. Building an integration is vastly different than building, say, a website. It’s more technical without many visuals to work with. We work with two types of integrations: those we build from the ground up, or we connect multiple integrations together to make a website or product shine to its fullest potential.
Integrations can be found everywhere. Look at the Internet of Things: devices connect with other devices and/or systems to receive insights and analyze those.
Based on the needs of the client we set up hosting like Digital Ocean or AWS hosting. In a lot of cases the real fun, and more importantly the real value, lies in building integrations between two our clients’ software and a yet existing piece of software. Making two systems talk to each other, scoping and pulling the relevant data and the right amount of data is as much fun as it is valuable. It’s important to understand this requires a focused and precise way of working.
Building integrations can mean taking on a small piece of a larger puzzle. But integrations aren’t necessarily small project. At Yummygum we have a full team of dedicated designers and developers that can make your dreams reality. Building the integration to make product features thought out by our UX Design team and designed by our Visual Design team is second nature to us. As far as the development side goes we have tons of experience working with integrating hosting, Shopify, DatoCMS, Onesignal. And the list goes on.
Integrations are a powerful bridge to connect multiple systems together, unlocking seamless collaboration and boosting efficiency, enabling your software to function in IOT.
It’s important to stay in the loop about the latest ways of handling integrations.
Knowing when to use the right database structures, types and document storage is essential.
Integrations are extremely powerful. They smooth the process and improve the User Experience.
Don't brush over integrations. They can be extremely beneficial to you, your team and your company.