In hotglue, each "type" of integration you want to offer users is grouped into a flow.
For example, you may want your users to import data from Development tools, like GitHub and GitLab, and E-Commerce shops, like Shopify and WooCommerce. When your users first open the hotglue widget they'll see something like the following:
This allows your user to select what they wish to import, and more importantly where they want to import it from. For example, if your user wanted to import E-Commerce data they may be able to import it from sources like Shopify, WooCommerce, and Magento. In the hotglue widget, this would look something like below:
Flows serve two main purposes:
- Flows let you define what types of integrations you want to support. For example, for a Development flow you may want to support importing data from GitHub or GitLab - but that doesn't make much sense for an E-Commerce flow
- Flows make it easy for your users to keep track of their data. Users can clearly see what kinds of data your application needs, and what platforms they can connect.
Each flow has a set of supported sources. These are all the sources your users can import data from for that flow.
For instance, my Invoices flow may have the following supported sources:
- Files (we want our users to upload their own Invoices as CSV/XLSX)
- Sage Intacct
On the other hand, my Analytics flow may have the following supported sources:
- Google Analytics
Updated 22 days ago