Tiny Gnomes provides many methods to integrate your legacy data. Or build your own Apps.
Tiny Gnomes developer services
An API, (Application Programming Interface), is a set of rules and protocols that allows different software applications to communicate and interact with each other.
A developer uses our APIs to integrate different software systems, build applications on top of existing platforms, retrieve data from external sources, automate processes, and more. APIs have become a fundamental building block in modern software development, enabling interoperability, modularity, and reusability of code and services.
Tiny Gnomes’ API uses the HTTP protocol to enable communication over the internet, and offers software libraries that provide functions and methods for programmatic access to specific functionalities.
Another way to access data is through protocols such as WebDAV for file transmissions, and feeds like iCal and RSS. Some protocols are bidirectional, some are unidirectional.
WebDAV - Files and Folders
iCal - Calendar
ICS - Calendar
RSS - News feeds
HTML - Wikis, etc.
Build your own Apps
It’s as simple as:
Request an API Key
Make a few API calls
Publish your App
Build an app that counts up New tasks, and closed tasks.
Copy all files from 3rd party services lke File Shares, etc.
Update a website from content on Tiny Gnomes.
Quick Shot - Take screen shots and annotate them, upload automatically.
Smart Share - Sync projects files
Outlook sync - Sync Enterprise Outlook with Tiny Gnomes.