Explore these quickstarts to do more with Prismatic
Writing Your First Custom Component
Write a simple Slack component from scratch to illustrate how readily you can write custom code for an integration.
Create and deploy a configuration-driven integration that syncs images from a RESTful interface to S3.
Writing an Integration in YAML
Script an entire integration in YAML that accepts a JSON payload as part of its invocation webhook, and uses that payload as input for subsequent steps.
Building Advanced Components
Examine how the S3 component handles binary data inputs and outputs, manages credentials, and uses DRY (don't repeat yourself) coding principles.
Generating PDFs with a Code Component
Learn how to generate a PDF within a code component.
Transforming Data with a Code Component
See how to transform data using a code component.
Looping Over Files
Pull down a list of files and execute a series of steps on each one.
Testing Custom Components With Jest
Building an Integration with Multiple Flows
Create an integration with multiple flows, including a flow that executes at deploy time.
Syncing Customers to Prismatic
Learn to sync customers from an external system to Prismatic using our GraphQL API.
Shared Webhooks and Preprocess Flows
Learn how to use a shared webhook URL for multiple customers, and route webhook invocations to specific customers and flows.
Writing a Trigger
Learn how to write a trigger for a custom component by examining how our Salesforce trigger handles webhook requests.
Wrapping an API in a Component
Learn how to write a custom component that wraps an HTTP-base third-party API