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Building Integration Templates Page Integration Templates available in the LAUNCH flow are designed using the Cyclr drag-and-drop builder. Integration Name The name given to an Integration Template is presented to your end user on the integration selection screen during the LAUNCH flow. Consider keeping integration template names concise,...
Customising The Appearance of Launch Page To view an instance of LAUNCH from within the Cyclr Console, go to: Click Guide > Click the Show button under Integrate with your App > Click the Try LAUNCH button for an instance to appear as a pop up with any integration templates you’ve published. As standard, the layout...
Handling Launch Callback Page The final window of the LAUNCH flow is completely customizable and influenced by the HTML entered at: Console > Settings > Customize Appearance > Launch Complete HTML JavaScript is also supported. Example: <h1>Congrats - you're connected!</h1> <button onclick="closeWindow();">OK</button>...
LAUNCH Deployment Page To enable your users to add an integration, simply present a “Connect” button or link within your application’s UI. For example: When a user clicks the Connect button, your application server should make a request towards Cyclr REST API’s /users/launch method: <pre...
Launch Overview Page Cyclr LAUNCH enables SaaS businesses to make use of Cyclr’s extensive connectivity platform with a reduced burden on their user interface developers. A predefined integration installation flow, similar to a standard OAuth flow, is presented as a popup to your users when they click a “Connect”...
ORBIT Page ORBIT is LAUNCH’s companion, giving your users a screen where they can view their installed integrations as well as pause and delete them. As a prepackaged integration management solution ORBIT is deployed in a similar fashion to LAUNCH, being made accessible to your users via a pop up, model or...
Launch User Experience Page Launch guides your users through setting up an integration between your app and third party apps, requiring them to provide only that information which cannot be included within your integration template. For example, the process of exporting contacts from your app to your user’s email marketing platform could largely be...
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