New AppMaster.io modules: API integration and more
Integration with popular map services
Add custom maps to your mobile and web applications.
Universal Map Module
The module allows you to automatically change the default map service depending on the platform: Google Maps for web and Android applications, Apple Maps for IOS applications.
Google Maps and MapBox Map modules
Add API settings for integration with corresponding map services.
Integration with mailing list services
We are expanding the list of marketing tools to make your business even more effective. The Mail Chimp and GetResponse modules will add API settings to allow you to send e-mail messages through these popular services.
Integration with Zoom API
Now you can conduct video conferencing and webinars right in your application.
It will be easier to schedule events - your application can create events in ICalendar format and share them with other users.
Now you can allow and deny access to endpoints from specified IP addresses. For more information about the IP Filter module and its settings, we have told in this article.
Currently, there are 10 new modules, which we plan to add to the platform soon.
API settings for Google services:
- Gmail API
- Google AdMob
- Google Sheets
- Google Translate
Intercom communication platform compatibility:
- Intercom API
- Intercom Messenger
Data Models for Countries and Cities.
User data validation module Validators.
Youtube Player video player widget.
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