Low-code API integration tools

Low-code programming offers a seamless integration between Betty Blocks applications and an organization’s internal IT infrastructure. The Betty Blocks platform can act as a bridge between third-party data sources and applications to allow them to collaborate and improve user experience. Many organizations report having data scattered across multiple tools rather than one centralized platform.

With Betty Blocks, developers can create custom low-code integrations to extend, augment, or merge various data sources to improve efficiency and overview. This way, even business-critical core systems can be connected to applications and tools built with Betty Blocks.
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Data sources

One of the strengths of the Betty Blocks platform is that users have free reign over how API connections behave through the Action Builder. Betty Blocks makes it easy to create APIs through data sources with pre-built templates that include Action Models. The Action Builder is responsible for creating and configuring API data sources so that business applications can communicate with data sources no matter where or how they are built. This enables development teams to connect various data sources by adding a remote connection to systems outside of our low-code platform.

 

Once you create a data source, it can then be converted into a reusable block within the Block Store, significantly speeding up development time when this functionality is needed across multiple applications.

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Remote models

Remote models allow developers to integrate data from an external source with applications built in the Betty Blocks platform and vice versa. This feature is an excellent way for developers to add third-party functionalities to low-code applications instead of creating them from scratch. A variety of different pre-integrated APIs and remote models are available in the Block Store, such as DocuSign, Google Calendar, Microsoft tools, and many more. Alternatively, developers can upload their own custom SDK files to use as APIs for applications built on the Betty Blocks platform. This allows businesses to scale applications rapidly according to business needs and customer demands.