Are you an integrator.io power user who’s solved a problem that others might benefit from? Or, perhaps you have an entrepreneurial bend and you’ve thought of a business automation purpose for a flexible iPaaS in addition to app-to-app data syncing?
Celigo’s integrator.io platform provides a simple and easy way to create Quickstart integration templates and Integration Apps, and we’re looking to join forces with the best integration developers who want to create, distribute, and support their own products.
- What’s new
- How to get started
- How to create and publish templates and Integration Apps
You can still rely upon server stacks or redistributable “bundle” code, but you’ll definitely want to take advantage of the new features that essentially open integrator.io up as a development environment.
- Sign up for an integrator.io account.
- Contact your Celigo account executive or partner manager to sign up for our 3rd Party developer program in order to build templates and Integration Apps on the integrator.io platform.
- If accepted into the program, you will be granted permission to publish templates and Integration Apps in your account, which enables the following Resources menu options.
- If you prefer working with the integrator.io REST API, be sure to create your API Tokens first.
- Understand the difference between Integration Apps and Quickstart integration templates
- Read our API documentation
- Create custom settings and forms
You will then be able to access the selected values throughout the integration to make flow decisions at runtime.
To publish an Integration App, follow these steps as demonstrated in the video below:
- Select Resources > Integration apps > + Create integration app.
- Describe the new App and save the Integration App listing.
- In your new Integration App listing, enable the Published setting.
Or, to publish a template, complete the following steps as illustrated in the video below:
- Download the integration as a .zip file.
- Select Resources > Templates > + Create template.
- Describe the new template and upload it.
- In your new template listing, enable the Published setting.
Once published, navigate to the integrator.io Marketplace to see your new listing with your company’s name as the author.
The customer experience will be the same as when installing any Celigo-published template or Integration App from the Marketplace.
In your Integration apps page, select Licenses from the Actions overflow (...) menu. Then, in the resulting Licenses page, you can add, edit, or delete a license for each user account. See this step in action, along with viewing summaries of your licensees and install base:
Do I need a sandbox instance to develop Integration Apps?
It’s a best practice to get started there but not a mandatory requirement at this time.
What does the certification process look like?
At this point, you would demo your application to the Celigo product team once you are ready. Once the demo is approved, you would be able to list on the Marketplace. However, this process may evolve in the future.