Bearer

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Welcome to the Bearer documentation hub. You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with Bearer as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

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What is bearer?

Consuming APIs to build Integration - Integration - An Integration is the act of using the API of a service to build a feature with it's own product. requires many skills and efforts (design, development, ops, maintenance) that you have to repeat for every service you want to integrate with.

Bearer's mission is to help build API Integration - Integration - An Integration is the act of using the API of a service to build a feature with it's own product. 10x faster than what it requires today and in the process make them reusable & plug and play in order to easily be distributed

Currently Bearer provides developers with:

  • An Open Source Framework to build UI & backend
  • A PaaS to host & run Scenario - Scenario - A Scenario is an Integration feature through a Service (ex: Attach Github Pull Request information). For every services there might be many scenarios.

The Value of Bearer

Integration is a tedious process, where developers consuming APIs have to learn how they work, how they are designed, which features they provide, how authentication works etc.

Yet APIs are only one part of the equation of an Integration, think about UI, Security, Ops, Maintenance, etc.

On the other end Vendors providing APIs spend tons of resources to make sure their APIs are used as they are intended to even if they don't control much of the process.

With Bearer we want to bridge API Provider and API Consumer needs & challenges and we think the solution is letting developers build reusable ♻️and plug and play 🚀Integration


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