Individuals from multiple functional groups often collaborate on mobile integration projects. For example, mobile development, security and IT teams usually work together to create fully integrated mobile apps to users. These users often need entitlement structures to ensure roles and responsibilities are clear and work is done efficiently.
This Knowledge Base demonstrates how you can start using entitlements to collaborate on mobile integration projects within an Appdome Team. It explains how to use entitlements to focus individual team-members’ work on a specific part of the workflow, improving productivity and avoiding mistakes along the way.
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Using Entitlements to Collaborate on Mobile Integration Projects
Appdome is a mobile integration platform as a service (iPaaS) that allows users to add a wide variety of features, SDKs and APIs to Android and iOS apps. Using a simple ‘click to add’ user interface, Appdome allows anyone to easily integrate features to any mobile app – instantly, no code or coding required.
As an organization, you may have multiple people working on the same app as a team. Appdome allows organizations to create Teams within the Appdome workflow and establish Team-member Entitlements to limit each teammate to a specific task within the Appdome workflow. Entitlements are specific “right of use” rules established within Teams to assign tasks to individual users. Entitlements on Appdome can be assigned to one or more teammates for each step in the workflow including Uploading apps, Fusing one or more services, Adding Context, Signing or Deploying the app. By limiting users to specific workloads, you can avoid preventable mistakes (for example, the user who’s responsibility is signing the app accidentally Fused the app) and complete mobile integrations efficiently. To learn more about teams, please see Collaborate using Appdome for Teams.
Collaboration is Key in Mobile Integration Projects
Development organizations invest heavily in creating the mobile integration development cycles that meet their organizational needs. Project managers and DevOps team leads, assign specific responsibilities during the development cycle to specific experts. This ensures that the right people are doing the right job and accelerates the development cycle and is a fundamental part of any mobile integration process. Adding a dependency on external integration processes will have a significant impact on well-oiled internal processes.
Using Entitlements to collaborate on mobile integration projects is ideal for getting the right experts doing what they need and build an accelerated mobile app lifecycle.
In order to use Appdome’s Teams and Entitlements, you’ll need:
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How to Start Using Entitlements to Collaborate on Mobile Integration Projects in Appdome Teams
Create a Team
Please follow these steps to create a new team on Appdome.
Edit Entitlements from the Team selection
- Open the team selection, and click Manage Teams.
- Click on the Team’s name. You will see a list of the team’s members and their Entitlements.
- To remove an Entitlement, simply click on the Entitlement name.
- To add Entitlements, click the + button.
- Select the Entitlements you wish to add.
- Click Save to save your changes.
Congratulations! Each member of your Appdome Team now has the entitlements necessary to complete their work on Appdome.
Validate Using Entitlements to Collaborate on Mobile Integration Projects
After you have set Entitlements for your Appdome Team, navigating to a section that you have no entitlement for (in this case, Context) will display the following screen. You can click the “Activate This Workflow” button to add the related Entitlement to yourself.
How Do I Learn More?
To learn more about Using Entitlements to Collaborate on Mobile Integration Projects with Appdome Teams you can request a demo at any time.
If you have any questions, please send them our way at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the chat window on the Appdome platform.
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