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Built.io, a technology provider with digital solutions that enable organizations to create, connect and scale applications across mobile, Web and IoT – today announced Built.io Flow On-Prem, a new deployment option and architecture for its integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) Built.io Flow.
The latest update of Built.io Flow, an Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) product by Built.io, includes general availability of the Enterprise Gateway, the addition of a Realtime API Listener, and over 400 new integrations including Slack Chat Bot, Cisco Spark, Uber, Stripe, and Pinterest.
Built.io has added new real-time capabilities to its mobile backend as a service (MBaaS) platform by enabling websockets which allow bi-directional, event-based communication.
Built.io has announced early access to Flow, an upcoming cloud integration and data orchestration platform for the Internet of APIs.
This week, we had 39 new APIs added to our API directory including an online advertising platform, a shopping cart and audit service, and a marketing and engagement analysis platform. We also discussed Telegram and WhatsApp, whether or not Telegram can beat WhatsApp with a public API.
With a leadership team that has worked with enterprise customers in the past, raw engineering's new built.io believes that it is well-positioned to take on the burgeoning enterprise MBaaS market. COO Matthew Baier and CTO and Founder Nishant Patel told ProgrammableWeb why interest in the built.io API was so high amongst attendees at the recent DeveloperWeek conference.
Industry conferences such as DeveloperWeek 2014 are a great way to take the temperature of current industry thinking: whether it be discussions among developers over coffee, an aside in a panel presentation, or the chance to compare two presentation styles from developer-focused services. With ProgrammableWeb at DeveloperWeek in San Francisco, here is some of the buzz that we heard.
DeveloperWeek has started in San Francisco, promising to offer a wide range of activities during the week, including two days of packed conference sessions, coding workshops, tech start-up open days, and evening hiring mixers. To kick start the week of events, DeveloperWeek hosted a hackathon at the Rackspace offices in San Francisco's SoMa district.