As it often happens you have a need to connect APIs together to build specific workflows. Or to have data flowing between cloud applications like Twitter and Google Spreadsheets.
As an example you have a need to identify tweets about your business that are angry or negative. Connecting the Twitter API and the Google Natural Language API allows you to do this.
Building this quickly and managing it is not easy even for a good software engineer. You have to locate and understand the APIs. Figure out the authentication You are jumping through all sort of loops to get this working. Finally you have to host this somewhere and ensure its safe and keep working.
With Webmatr this is a piece of cake. Just pick the APIs you need from our list, Authenticate with the a few clicks and your good to go. You can now use the Webmatr App Editor to write and test your code and integration instantly. When your happy click "Activate" and launch.
Your work now runs within the Webmatr secure severless environment. Later on this page we describe the technical backend of Webmatr and what makes it special.
Webmatr is build to be super simple to use, highly-scalable and secure. We are standing on the shoulders of Giants. The entire product is build on the world-class Google App Engine cloud platform. This is the same infrastructure that very successful products like Snapchat, Pokemon GO and Spotify use.
All the data flowing through your APIs goes through Google's high speed dedicated and super fast networks. As the demands on Webmatr grow Google App engine will magically scale up to handle it.
The Google infrastructure Webmatr runs on is rock solid, secure and managed by thousands of Google Engineers. All this leaves us to focus all our resources improving Webmatr the product. If you want to learn more about the Google Cloud and how it helps Webmatr get this ebook "How to Build the Future"
Legal Disclaimer: Webmatr is in no way affiliated with Google we only pay to use their cloud infrastructure.
Our entire platform works off API specs. An API spec is a file that defines and documents the API. Its best if you can provide us an API spec file or a link to one. API specs have defined formats like Swagger, Open API, RAML. Email us this information and we can add the API in within a few minutes.
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