Ask a Developer: Integration & Module Development Considerations Interview

Mark Franks | September 15, 2016

In our series of video interviews, “Ask a Developer” we have brought you interviews from Acumatica expert developers in order to provide some inside developer perspective that should be useful to those thinking about developing on our platform and those already integrating and developing applications.

In this particular triad of videos, I sat down with Ruslan Devyatko, who works with our developer partners, supporting their developer efforts.  He has a great developer background and does a wonderful job for us and our customers.  He also is an instructor and when he was in town recently teaching a class on Contract-Based APIs, I took advantage and had the opportunity to ask him some questions that I thought would be helpful to all of you.

We will be discussing questions around integration of existing applications & developing new applications and modules.

Integration of existing applications & developing new applications and modules

The videos are broken up into three parts:

  • Part One: Integration vs Product vs Module vs Combinations (7 min)
  • Part Two: Top 3 Best Practices for Integration? (6 min)
  • Part Three: What are the top issues ISVs seem to struggle with in working with our platform? (8 min)

So, click on the videos above, sit back and enjoy these 3 short videos.  We hope you find them worth you time and provide you the insight necessary in your development decisions and efforts. Thank you for watching.

Mark Franks

Platform Evangelist at Acumatica. Mark is responsible for showing people the specifics about what makes Acumatica’s Cloud Development Plaform wonderfully attractive to ISV & Partners. He's also passionate about Running, Latin, and his family.

Categories: Developers, Platform

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