API Integration

Optimize Business Processes with Seamless Third Party Integration Services

API Integration Services for Enhanced Websites or App Performance

In today’s competitive market no application can reach their fullest potential without integrating with internal and external systems that boost the functionalities of the application. An API is a messenger that ensures proper functioning of the enterprise systems and allows interaction between data, devices and applications. It allows access of services by adding code to application, which further boosts the connectivity and bolsters functionality. IDS Logic is a bespoke API integration company in Leeds that helps enterprises to integrate 3rd party applications and tools to optimize the value of an existing system. Our API developers in the UK are skilled to create custom API integration solutions that perfectly match your exact business requirements. We help our clients to align various business processes and attain better connectivity.

API Integration Beneftis for your company

Thanks to API, two or more separate systems can work together and achieve results otherwise not within their reach. With this in mind, nowadays, a good API is no longer nice-to-have. It’s a must-have without which the app wouldn’t be properly developed and then used with engagement.
Each operating system, every website, or application can have its own API set. Usually, operating environments like Windows, Google Maps, Twitter, Facebook, or Amazon provide APIs to facilitate writing apps by third-parties but using their solutions. These public tools are called Open APIs, and you can access them without restrictions. There are more than 15 000 Open APIs out there!

API Integration Services Custom API Development

Thanks to API, two or more separate systems can work together and achieve results otherwise not within their reach. With this in mind, nowadays, a good API is no longer nice-to-have. It’s a must-have without which the app wouldn’t be properly developed and then used with engagement.

Ecommerce Site And Store

We create dedicated APIs for web services. We enable SaaS providers to integrate their services with clients’ services, but we also create API for internal use, so-called first-party API.

API Testing Automation

We create automated tests to verify the correctness and performance of APIs. We simulate the conditions under which the API will be used. We prepare a report and implement optimizations.

Third-party API Integrations

We provide integration services through API for web services. We provide full support and implementation and take care of proper performance and security of the connections between services.

Payment API Integration

Payment API is one of the most popular ones. We integrate the payment API and make the payment process on the site more secure and reliable.

Free Consultation

We believe that good cooperation must be built on mutual trust. That’s why we strongly focus on open communication from the very beginning.
Let’s make a short phone or video call, listen to your needs, and advise the best solutions.

Technology behind API Development

When it comes to public APIs, the most popular and therefore commonly used are Web Service APIs, which use WWW addresses (say URLs) to provide access to services behind them. Here are the four most popular Web Service APIs.

REST API - Representational State Transfer

REST is not a protocol. It’s a set of architectural principles driven by data that have certain characteristics. It includes simple interfaces, rather easy to identify within the request resources. REST also allows manipulating these resources. Nevertheless, guidelines for using it are fairly loose and allow some flexibility for developers. Also, REST requires only minimum Bandwidth.

SOAP - Simple Object Access Protocol

SOAP uses proprietary XML as a data transferring format. It defines the structure of messages and communication methods. SOAP publishes a definition of its interface using Web Services Definition Language. It is driven by functions and has stringent rules and advanced security that have to be obeyed. It also requires more Bandwidth comparing to other solutions.

XML-RPC

This protocol is a bit older and much simpler compared to SOAP. In comparison to JSON-RPC, it introduces more security. It’s mainly document-focused, allowing various types of data – text, numbers, charts, graphs, images, etc.

SJSON-RPC

JSON-RPC is a remote procedure call protocol written in JSON, a lightweight data-interchange format. Instead of using an XML format to transfer data, it uses JSON. Although it’s purely data-focused, it supports only text and numbers and is known for being rather less secure. But if performance is your major goal, then it’s the way to go, not to mention its simplicity and consistency.

Our API integration solutions

Payment Gateway

Google API

Shipping Gateway

Social Media API

SMS Gateway