Cumul.io’s integration got even easier with our new Developer documentation!
Posted On 28/06/2018
For the past few months, we’ve been working hard to refine our dashboard integration into other platforms. We truly believe that an analytics integration should be easy, fast and seamless in any technology. Only then, your organization can really save time & costs.
Especially when it comes to development time, 63% of companies struggles to find developers. Therefore, we want to ensure you can still offer advanced analytical features to your users, without having to bother your own development team. Let them focus on your core business!
A Cumul.io integration will save you the time & cost of developing dashboards yourself. But in addition, we asked ourselves: how can we make it as easy as possible for a developer to integrate Cumul.io into their own application? The result: we’re proud to launch our newDeveloper documentation!
Developer.cumul.io: a peek of what’s inside
For all things dev, developer.cumul.io is your new go-to playbook. It includes the full technical documentation of the Cumul.io APIs. These documents will familiarize you with how our APIs work, and how you can make use of them as a developer.
You’ll find all the information on Cumul.io’s 2 main APIs:
Integration API: to be used when you want to integrate dashboards within your own applications
Core API: to be used for managing users and groups, sending event data to Cumul.io or simply for building datasets & dashboards
More specifically, explore the following things in our documentation for both APIs:
Now, how does this make things simpler for you as a developer? Let’s see how you can make use of our documentation to save time.
Firstly, for the common uses of our API, you can follow our step-by-step guides. The concepts and code are explained in detail. Next to that, the documentation clearly indicates where you can find or create any required keys, tokens or IDs. For example, it breaks down the whole process of embedding a dashboard with the integration API, step by step.
Secondly, we generated code examples for the different use cases you might run into. This means you can just copy the code, and replace the default values with your unique IDs, keys or tokens. To make it as easy as possible, we’ve included examples for all your preferred programming languages, including Node.js, PHP, Java or .NET.