Appdome users have the ability to create mobile integration templates, known as “Fusion Sets,” to speed up and repeat mobile integration projects. Fusion Sets can include validated, approved or known combinations of features, services and configurations that users need to use and reuse across several apps or in successive integration projects on each new release of a single app.
This Knowledge Base article provides step-by-step instructions for creating Fusion Sets and using mobile integration templates with mobile apps.
We hope you find this knowledge base useful and enjoy using Appdome!
Using Mobile Integration Templates, or “Fusion Sets” on Appdome
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.
Using Appdome, there are no development or coding prerequisites. For example, there is no Appdome SDK, libraries, or plug-ins to implement. The Appdome technology adds features and relevant standards, frameworks and more to the app automatically, with no manual development work at all. If you want to save and reuse the service, SDK and API implementation choices you make on Appdome, create a Fusion Set.
Mobile integration templates automate mobile service implementations, ensure implementation consistency and accelerate integration time per release of each app.
Prerequisites for using Appdome Fusion Sets
In order to use Appdome Fusion Sets features, you’ll need:
- Appdome account – IDEAL or higher.
- Appdome-GO™ (for custom Fusion Sets)
- Mobile App (.ipa for iOS, or .apk for Android)
How to Use Appdome Fusion Sets
Follow these step-by-step instructions to use Fusion Sets on Any Mobile App:
Upload a Mobile App to Your Account
Please follow these steps to add a mobile apps to your Appdome account.
If you don’t have an Appdome account, click here to create an account.
Use Default Fusion Set Per App
Each app is assigned a default mobile integration template or “Fusion Set” to save and store a user’s work on Appdome. This Fusion Set changes as the user’s feature and service selections change. Each time a user clicks “Fuse My App,” the services contained in this Fusion Set are applied to the app.
Create a Custom Fusion Set
To create a Custom Fusion Set:
- Click the + icon to copy the default Fusion Set.
- Enter a name to identify the new Fusion Set.
- To Subscribe All iOS or all Android apps, click the * (star) Icon.
- To Subscribe individual apps, click on the app and then, chose the Fusion Set from the drop down menu inside the Fuse Tab – under Appdome GO.
You can now add to your mobile integration template by adding features and services to the Fusion Set and create custom implementations to suit specific use cases. You can also subscribe new apps or remove apps from this Fusion Set to complete multiple projects in parallel.
Completing Mobile Integration Projects using Fusion Sets
With either the Default Fusion Set of Custom Fusion Set, adding features, SDKs and APIs to mobile apps is easy. Simply select the desired Fusion Set and Click “Fuse My App.”
The technology behind Fuse My App has two major elements – (1) a microservice architecture filled with 1000s of code sets needed for mobile integration, and (2) an adaptive code generation engine that can recognize the development environment, frameworks and methods in each app and match the app to the relevant code-sets needed to add an EMM SDK and Copy/Paste Prevention to the mobile app in seconds.
Congratulations! When your integration is complete, you will see the notice below. You now have a mobile app fully integrated with the selections added to this Fusion Set.
For more information on how to Fuse an app, and the wide range of options you have, please read this knowledge base.
That is it – Enjoy using Appdome Fusion Sets!
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