Introducing the Kloudless Query Language and new CRM connectors

Kloudless initially launched the unified CRM API with support for Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics, enabling developers to connect apps with two large open SaaS CRM platforms. The initial release provided core features such as CRUD operations for all objects, near real-time activity monitoring, and making batch requests. We often think of Salesforce, Microsoft, and SAP … Continue reading Introducing the Kloudless Query Language and new CRM connectors

Calendar API: Availability Endpoint now… Available!

This post was written by our software engineer, Ryan Connor. Finding an appropriate meeting time can take a lot of effort, even with just a few participants who have only a single calendar. Finding a meeting time that is sure to work for many participants with multiple calendars managed by several cloud services? Good luck! … Continue reading Calendar API: Availability Endpoint now… Available!

An Eventful Update

Kloudless developers can now manage their events even more efficiently using the new Events Endpoint updates. Check out what our engineers have been tinkering with below! Kloudless Enterprise Events Connect your Admin account and get access to organization-wide events. Enterprise Events can obtained through the normal events endpoint. The user responsible for the event is specified where applicable.  Events Endpoint Pagination … Continue reading An Eventful Update

How to Integrate SharePoint Without Devoted Resources

We're excited to announce that the Kloudless API now supports SharePoint, to offer an easier way to build apps for Microsoft’s enterprise collaboration tool. With our single, unified API, developers can now integrate SharePoint along with 11 other cloud storage services. Microsoft SharePoint is still a market leader in content collaboration and has a strong … Continue reading How to Integrate SharePoint Without Devoted Resources

Now Open-Sourced: Kloudless File Explorer

Kloudless has open-sourced its File Explorer, part of the Kloudless UI toolkit. The File Explorer allows users to browse and select files and folders from their storage services. Developers can immediately access File Explorer on GitHub, along with other software development kits (SDKs) and UI tools. Open-sourcing File Explorer enables easier customizations, debugging and self-hosting … Continue reading Now Open-Sourced: Kloudless File Explorer