Insights, updates, and news from the team behind the embedded integration platform for B2B software companies.
Writing Custom Components in PrismaticJuly 30th, 2020 • 9 min read
A large portion of your integrations can be written using Prismatic's built-in components, but what happens when you need something specific to your software or industry? Today we'll walk through building a custom component.
Incorporating Prismatic Integrations Into Your Dev ProcessesJuly 23rd, 2020 • 9 min read
By incorporating integrations into your dev processes you can keep integrations in source control, use existing CI/CD pipelines for deployment, and release integrations in tandem with your core product.
Deep Dive: Building an Integration Using PrismaticJuly 14th, 2020 • 9 min read
We take a close look at the technical aspects of the integration described in the previous post, examining webhook triggers, reusable custom components, built-in components with OAuth 2.0 handling, and more.
Using Prismatic to Save Time Building Multiple Similar IntegrationsJuly 7th, 2020 • 8 min read
Today, we'll look at a type of integration scenario that teams commonly face – needing to quickly build, deploy, and support multiple similar integrations – and how it can be addressed using Prismatic.
Mergers and Company Growth ft. Michael ZuercherJune 30th, 2020 • 1 min read
Codelation spoke with Prismatic Cofounder and CEO Michael Zuercher about mergers, exits, and scaling.
Announcing the Prismatic Private BetaJune 16th, 2020 • 4 min read
Today we're excited to announce the launch of the private beta of Prismatic! Built specifically for B2B software companies, the platform is the easiest way to build, deploy, and support your integrations.
Silicon Prairie News Interview with Michael ZuercherNovember 1st, 2019 • 1 min read
Silicon Prairie News recently interviewed our CEO about growing his previous company from startup to industry disrupter.
Integrations shouldn't be so hard: An organization-wide problemOctober 10th, 2019 • 10 min read
Integration challenges aren't confined to engineering teams. They're an organization-wide problem that affects just about every department.