It’s easier for us to work with custom APIs if we’re using a system that’s built with them in mind, rather than trying to tack them on to a pre-built solution.
These APIs may exist in a vacuum, but we can also make them work with each other; for instance, it would be possible to take a payment from a user via Stripe and give them access to content you’ve synced down from your podcast platform – after a successful payment confirmation!
We are also able to offer third-party login integration via the likes of Google, Facebook, and Twitter. This integration significantly reduces the barrier to entry for potential user registrations on your website, as users can easily create and log in to an account without having to manually type in their email address or think of a password.
Not only does this streamline the registration and login process, it also enhances the overall experience and security for your visitors – it reduces the possibility of them using weak passwords (or worse, re-using passwords) to create an account on your site.