An overview of the features of Api Open Studio for business.
Speed of development & maintenance
It is exceptionally quick and easy to create complex APIs on ApiOpenStudio.
All the hard work of routing and setting up of endpoints is done for you!
Api Open Studio for business means less time and lower costs!
This means that even with training and development time, you will break even on just your first API, in comparison to getting a develop programmatically create and API resource.
If you have any questions, you can find the answers at /questions-answers, or if you can’t find what you’re looking for, you ask a new question and the community will reply promptly.
ApiOpenStudio is fully documented at https://wiki.apiopenstudio.com/. This means that your developers can easily get full information and documentation that they need.
There is even a PHPDoc site, at https://phpdoc.apiopenstudio.com/.
Create, edit or delete accounts to group your applications under businesses, projects, departments or whatever you like. This makes finding applications, resources, managing users and billing a breeze.
Create, edit or delete applications. This includes assigning applications to accounts, or changing the account they are assigned to.
Create, edit, delete, activate/deactivate users. Invite users (they will be sent an invite email with a secure token to register).
View all of your current invites, create new invites, revoke invites
ApiOpenStudio comes with default roles that you can use out of the box. But you have the ability to create new roles, for more granular access to resources or administrative rights.
Assign one or many roles to any user
Administer API resources
This mainly for users with the Developer role, but there are many resources that are bundled with core. Developers can create, edit, delete and assign resources to applications.
Store repeated variables that are used by your resources, such as endpoint domain names, HTML for emails, or anything you like.
Access to the dashboard is limited to registered users.
the menu items and access to the different pages are contextual, based on the user’s role.