Creating a reusable Vuetify component to use in other apps

Our newly introduced Meeting Scheduler UI Tool uses the popular Vue framework to power its single-page app. The Meeting Scheduler helps application developers prompt users to set up meetings with one another. Our engineers appreciate Vue's simplicity, growing adoption, and robust ecosystem. The Meeting Scheduler requires several UI components, so we searched for a library … Continue reading Creating a reusable Vuetify component to use in other apps

A Glance at Files in Salesforce

Salesforce is one of the leading CRM platforms today, and as such is one of the many services supported by Kloudless. Given Salesforce's position as a market leader in multiple product categories, Kloudless API supports its file storage features in addition to its CRM capabilities. File Storage in a CRM system Unlike other file storage … Continue reading A Glance at Files in Salesforce

Need integrations? When to use a workflow automation tool vs. a Unified API.

Productivity is the name of the game If your team is building a product with integrations to boost your users’ productivity, how do you know what’s the best tool to use? Every integration tool website claims to help you increase your end-users’ efficiency, but they offer little clarity regarding exactly what makes them the best … Continue reading Need integrations? When to use a workflow automation tool vs. a Unified API.

Access granular collaboration permissions with the Kloudless Sharing API

The Kloudless v2 Sharing API is a new set of API endpoints related to collaboration permissions that can be used with Storage connectors today. Compared to v1, the v2 Sharing API represents a much more detailed first-class representation of collaboration permissions on objects such as files and folders across various cloud services. The v2 Sharing API … Continue reading Access granular collaboration permissions with the Kloudless Sharing API

Extending an Amazon S3 integration to Google Cloud Storage with the Interop API

Cloud storage services are a clear choice for ease of management and to incrementally scale costs with growth. Startups and enterprises alike look to "cloud" offerings first when choosing an object store for data. There are quite a few cloud storage services to choose from today. Check out our recent blog post to learn more … Continue reading Extending an Amazon S3 integration to Google Cloud Storage with the Interop API

Monitoring changes in Salesforce

Introduction Kloudless offers a unified Events API for developers to retrieve real-time notifications via Webhooks for any cloud service that we support. We've had to build a unique technical implementation for events from Salesforce based on the different options to efficiently track changes. Salesforce recently updated their platform with two new guides on how to … Continue reading Monitoring changes in Salesforce

Use pre-signed URLs to improve the performance of uploads and downloads

In our last post, we described the contrast between user-facing cloud storage services and object storage services used by applications. A key differentiating factor is how object storage services allow applications to upload and download data in a variety of ways. This enables apps to maximize both their computational as well as economic efficiency. One … Continue reading Use pre-signed URLs to improve the performance of uploads and downloads

Integrating with File Storage vs. Object Storage

There are two broad categories of cloud storage for unstructured data: File Storage: A personal cloud that users use to synchronize and collaborate on files. Examples include Dropbox and Google Drive.Object Storage: A component of an application's stack that stores unstructured binary data as files or "blobs". Examples include Amazon S3 and Google Cloud Storage. … Continue reading Integrating with File Storage vs. Object Storage