Info on creating your own integration
Everything you need to know to use Ziggeo in your integration
Useful info for creating integration
Depending on the integration you are making you might need or want to see different info. This page is designed to provide you with the high level overview of what something is. It also serves as index of where you can find what and how you can use it.
Did you know that we offer certification for those familiar with our system? The process requires that you already have some solution built using our system. In the end you get a certificate that can be accessed on our website, showcasing your or your company name.
This is very useful for those that want to develop different solutions that are utilizing Ziggeo.
We are sometimes asked about someone that is familiar with Ziggeo and some specific language or platform and those that are certified are the first to be recommended.
Not only that, those certified get their badge next to their integration as well as some other benefits. This is all designed to help distinguish individuals and companies that are familiar with our system and can benefit our customers if hired or if using their integration.
We believe that when it comes to messages, email inbox and alike that less is actually more. As such our twitter and email is used in a way that will provide you with useful info in a reasonable timeframe.
For those creating integrations it is recommended to sign up for email as well as to follow us on our Developer account on Twitter. This will allow you to stay up to date and often find out about something before others.
You can find both the field to subscribe to email and the link to our dev channel here.
Where to start
Our system is offered for frontend, backend and for mobile. We created SDKs (Software Development Kits) for many languages so utilizing the one that best fits should be easy.
We have prepared few links to help you find things in our docs. The menu is always designed in such way that you would go from top to bottom as you start and then finalize your codes. So any sub menus that follow the links are pages that can offer you additional insight.
When working on something that is in the backend, you most likely will want to use one of our server side SDKs. The docs for them can be found here.
You will find the needed info and links to our SDKs for PHP, NodeJS, Ruby, Java, Python and C#.
Now if you are looking to make some integration that is aimed for mobile apps, you might want to check out our mobile SDKs instead.
You will find them on the following link.
The next step
The above section should have provided you with one of the links that holds the info for actual implementation.
What we recommend is to check out this page for some useful insight or a dos and don'ts page.