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What is DreamFactory?
DreamFactory is the premier API lifecycle management platform.
It eliminates duplication of effort in code development, documentation, and testing by allowing you to model your application easily and create fully-documented REST API.
This enables agile application developers to build, deploy and maintain new applications faster.
DreamFactory's capabilities go well beyond integrating APIs with a wide range of authentication providers. Additional security-related features include:
- Automated API key management
- Granular role-based access controls, allowing you to restrict APIs to specific endpoints and even limit access by HTTP method
- Request volume limiting on a per-service, per-user, and even a per-endpoint basis
- The ability to extend endpoints using custom scripting, allowing for data masking, input validation, geofencing, and much more
What is Acuity Scheduling?
Acuity Scheduling makes it easy for clients to book appointments 24/7, on their terms.
With the ability to customize intake forms and embed calendars into your site, clients can attract more clients.
It offers the ability to take appointments from any computer, tablet or smartphone at home or on the go with mobile apps.
Users can sync their calendar with Acuity Scheduling's add-ons for Salesforce, Google Calendar and Outlook, and run their entire business efficiently and flawlessly.
What is Salesforce OAuth?
Salesforce OAuth 2.0 authorization flow allows the client application to access data on your Salesforce org.
At any time, you can revoke the access and manage it within the Salesforce mobile app settings.
In this flow, your Salesforce org is the resource server that provides protected resources. The Salesforce mobile app is the client requesting access. You’re the resource owner who allows the Salesforce mobile app to access and manage Salesforce resources over the web