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Through our APIs and other integrations, customers and partners can integrate Apperian App Management with existing IT solutions, as well as extend new capabilities on top of the platform.
Most of Apperian's web services APIs are "RESTful," which means they are based on a REST (Representation State Transfer) architecture. REST is used to build web services that are lightweight, maintainable, and scalable. REST APIs use standard HTTP methods (GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE) to retrieve, submit, change, and delete data. To ensure data privacy, Apperian's REST APIs are served over HTTPS; unencrypted HTTP is not supported.
The APIs used to publish (add and update) applications to Apperian are based on a JSON-RPC architecture. JSON-RPC is a remote procedure call protocol encoded in JSON.
A list of all the Apperian API resources (endpoints) available to you, with links to detailed information on interfacing with each resource.
Details on using Apperian's Policy API.D
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Apperian's JSON-RPC APIs to add and update applications.
Apperian integrates with several Mobile Application Development Platforms (MADPs) to provide a seamless solution for publishing apps to Apperian directly from the development environment. Apperian also integrates with Jenkins, a continuous integration and continuous delivery application, so you can publish updates of mobile applications to Apperian as part of the software build process.
A list of all Apperian integrations.
Instructions on using the Apperian Plugin for Jenkins.