The thing with OIC Integration is that it does the plumbing in the background. It's not that exciting demoing integrations directly from the OIC tester so that's why I created a Visual Builder front end to demo some of the compelling functionality. Those of you who know me appreciate the fact that I'm not the greatest when it comes to developing UIs. Not that I don't appreciate art and design - below are some of the pictures adorning my humble abode in Bavaria -
- first icon that looks like a mobile phone is where you create native Mobile Apps
- second icon, where I am, allows me to create Web Apps
- third icon is for Service Connections - getting access to data from the outside world. I use service connections to pull in the required OIC OHIP and Simphony related integration apis.
- fourth icon is for Business Objects - I will create a few of these as app data stores.
Finally, the guest deserves a welcome pint, so Uncle Paudge clicks on the Order Welcome Drink for Customer (yes, I've renamed it) button -