Easy-to-use low-code designer
Combine components to create integrations
The intuitive low-code designer empowers non-dev integration builders to create integrations by assembling components.
Configure integration triggers
Built-in triggers like webhook endpoints and schedules bring capability without complexity.
Handle real-world scenarios
The real world is messy - non-standard APIs, integrations with multiple flows. The flexible designer lets you handle anything.
Test in real-time
A built-in testing framework allows you to test while you build so you can iterate quickly.
Wide array of components
A rich array of built-in components handle the vast majority of your integrations' functionality: connecting to third-party apps, interacting with REST APIs and SFTP servers, mapping fields, transforming data, and handling complex logic like branching and looping. Auth flows including OAuth 2.0 are built right in.
These built-in components require no dev involvement, empowering other teams to build integrations quickly.
Power and flexibility to build exactly what you need
Devs can easily build reusable custom components that tailor the low-code designer to your product and industry. When you need a bit of logic specific to your product or a connector to a niche third-party system, use a custom component to build exactly the integration you need.
Build once and reuse
Design configurable integrations
Use config variables to create reusable integrations that can behave differently from customer to customer, and cleanly handle customer-specific credentials.
Define the configuration UX
Define a config UX that makes it easy for customer-facing teams to deploy integrations, and for customers to self-activate integrations with just a few clicks in your integration marketplace.
Automatically handle versioning
Built-in versioning removes the complexity of deploying multiple versions of integrations, and everything they depend on.
Document as you go
Quickly understand your integrations
The self-documenting nature of the designer makes it easy to understand integrations while they're being built and tested - and years later.
Organize relevant materials
Add attachments to your integration to ensure documentation is complete and can be found by anyone who needs it - Services, Support, Engineering, even customers.