An API integration is the connection between two or more applications, via their APIs, that lets those systems exchange data. API integrations power processes throughout many high-performing businesses that keep data in sync, enhance productivity, and drive revenue.
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Examples of API Integration
B2B eCommerce software like inventory management, shipping software, ERP, and similar applications need to integrate with eCommerce platforms. As a result, they can get and manage store data from these platforms and perform their core functionality.
In general, APIs improve customization by allowing developers to access and use data and functionality from other applications. In this way, developers can customize the website or app content to tailor it to the needs of users and visitors, making the user experience more flexible and personalized.
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Modern solutions are highly interdependent and require a constant flow of all kinds of data. Application programming interfaces (APIs) make these data flows smooth, secure, and reliable.
APIs connect different systems. With their help, you can easily enhance your solution with the necessary features and functionality, including:
- data exchange and synchronization
- data validity verification
- payment processing
- user registration and authentication
- interactive voice response
- employee attendance tracking
- and more
Digitcom offers robust API development and third-party API integration services. We can securely and flawlessly implement a third-party API into your product or build a reliable custom API for your solution.
API integration provides project stakeholders with numerous benefits:
7 Examples of APIs in Use Today
- Twitter Bots.
- Log-In Using XYZ.
- Weather Snippers.
- Pay with PayPal.
- Google Maps.
- Travel Booking.
What are the 4 types of API?
APIs are broadly accepted and used in web applications. There are four different types of APIs commonly used in web services: public, partner, private and composite.