You’re invited to much more than a software preview. Get ready to integrate with the latest beta release of integrator.io and be among the first to take advantage of our newest features for visual selection, troubleshooting, and endpoint app access.
When you sign into your integrator.io account, you can immediately switch back and forth between the two live versions:
- integrator.io – the familiar Celigo iPaaS interface
- Click < Take me back on the beta homepage to return to the classic integrator.io UI
- integrator.io/pg – beta release, packed with new features, improvements to existing functionality, and other UX enhancements focused on delivering a more holistic experience
- Click Try our beta > in the classic integrator.io UI to return to the beta
- What’s new and improved?
- What’s not in it yet?
- Are there any risks with my business rules or currently scheduled flows?
- Isn’t beta the Greek word for unpaid QA testing?
- When is it going live? Will I have the option to continue working in the classic interface?
- Can I get in the loop for known issues, updates, and fixes?
The first thing you’ll notice is the improved layout: more integration components and options are available with a single click, directly where you need to view or edit them. Go ahead, explore your current integrations, and try out a few new or previously hard-to-find settings.
The biggest reason to familiarize yourself with the beta release is to try out the new error-handling and visual data-flow enhancements in the information architecture. As a rule, if you’re stuck at any point in integrator.io, open that task in the beta dashboard and see if the solution isn’t already apparent.
More specifically, we’ve been hard at work to push the platform forward with new problem-solving functionality:
- Export panel – Preview the request (POST, GET, PUT, and so on) sent to export records or files and then make sure the data is formatted correctly as it arrives from the source app.
- Enhanced visual modeling in Flow Builder – Makes relationships and data transfer more intuitive, so that you can see how your actions affect your flow.
- Dev playground (alpha) – You owe it to yourself to test this clever tool, when working in Developer mode. You can troubleshoot and test your filters, transformations, URL templates, HTTP request bodies, parsing, scripting, merging, and more – before you even get started configuring flows!
You can do even more and do it faster with the latest release. Here is just a sample of the beta’s new features that you already have access to:
- Conditional data mapping – In many cases, you can perform in a single export the steps that used to require two or more (when mapping source app fields to destination app fields, open Advanced > Only perform mapping when and select a condition).
- Universal OAuth 2.0 connections – Set up a connection to virtually any API that requires OAuth 2.0 authentication, even when it’s not already built into integrator.io.
- New app connectors – Point-and-click support for popular apps such as Paypal, Target+, Shipbob, 4castplus, 3PL Central, Loop Returns, SAP Litmos, and Vroozi.
- Subrecords in NetSuite integration apps – integrator.io seamlessly handles common NetSuite subrecords during exports and imports.
- Shortcuts to NetSuite saved searches – Available through links and form options.
- Enhancements to preSavePage hook – We’ve also made some great updates to the preSavePage hook, including information on which page is being processed, the ability to exclude records based on date, and enabled you to stop a batch export that is running.
- “Skip export field ID” option – Prevents infinite loops that could occur during real-time exports in a bidirectional sync flow between NetSuite and another system.
- Extended MongoDB and OAuth 2.0 – Connect to Atlas and mlab using our MongoDB connector and enjoy the added security of OAuth 2.0 authentication for Square and Slack connectors.
- Purge NetSuite files after export – If you’re using NetSuite blob exports, you can now purge these exported files from your File Cabinet.
Several additional features are planned, and the beta is undergoing rigorous review and testing while we iron out the kinks.
Please be aware of the items that have yet to be added to the beta in the event that they would affect your integration experience:
- Unavailable Integration Apps – NetSuite V2 Integration Apps are not yet functional.
- Open Air connector – Is not yet supported in the beta. Continue to create and modify OpenAir connections in the current user interface.
We’re working on refining the final release, which will fully support every setting and option present on the live version – and much more!
We at Celigo would never encourage you to open your mission-critical integrations on the platform unless we were absolutely certain that they would perform as reliably as the live production version. This means that anything you have currently running is safe to use with the beta.
The cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) model allows the beta version to run with the same reliable, resilient, and scalable “backend” code base you already trust.
That may be a fair impression from personal experience, although it applies more to traditional desktop client software.
With integrator.io beta, you have more to gain by getting acquainted with the new look and new features. This step forward was possible only through the input of customers like you. Early beta adopters will have an outsized influence in guiding continued development.
If you do have a feature request or additional feedback, would like to report a bug, or want to get involved with our collaborative design program, contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The tentative release date is July 2020, contingent upon our team’s confidence that the final release is at full parity and sufficiently bug-free for the public launch.
While the current interface will still be available for the time being, integrator.io will make a permanent switch to a final version of the new interface within the coming months. We will make an announcement at a later date to give you plenty of prior notice.
You bet! Sign up for the (completely optional) beta tester list at email@example.com.
We’ll also post beta version release notes periodically at What’s new.