Prism is Prismatic's CLI tool that allows you to build, deploy, and support integrations in Prismatic from the comfort of your command line.
Prism is a NodeJS package, so it requires NodeJS and NPM to be installed. You can download both from the NodeJS Website. Prism works on MacOS, Linux, Windows and WSL.
npm are installed, run this to install Prismatic's CLI tool:
$ npm install --global @prismatic-io/prism
This will install the
prism command globally.
To log in, run:
$ prism login
You can then see your login information with:
$ prism me Name: John Doe Email: email@example.com Organization: Example Software Company Endpoint URL: https://app.prismatic.io
For help with Prism, please see our Prism documentation page. There, you will find information about the various subcommands you can run, troubleshooting tips, etc.
What is Prismatic?
Prismatic is the integration platform for B2B software companies. It's the quickest way to build integrations to the other apps your customers use and to add a native integration marketplace to your product.
Prismatic significantly reduces overall integration effort and enables non-dev teams to take on more of the integration workload, so that you can deliver integrations faster and spend more time on core product innovation.
With Prismatic, you can:
- Build reusable integrations in a low-code integration designer that's tailored for your product
- Use pre-built components to handle most of your integrations' functionality, and write custom components when needed
- Quickly add an integration marketplace to your product so customers can explore, activate, and monitor integrations
- Easily deploy customer-specific integration instances with unique configurations and connections
- Provide better support with tools like logging and alerting
- Run your integrations in a purpose-built environment designed for security and scalability
- Use powerful dev tools to mold the platform to your product, industry, and the way you build software
Who uses Prismatic?
Prismatic is for B2B (business-to-business) software companies, meaning software companies that provide applications used by businesses. It's a good fit for products/teams ranging from early-stage and growing SaaS startups to large, established software companies looking to improve the way they do integrations.
Many B2B software teams serve customers in niche vertical markets, and we designed Prismatic with that in mind. We provide powerful and flexible tools so you can build exactly the integrations your customers need, no matter who your customers are, no matter what systems you need to connect to, no matter how "non-standard" your integration scenario.
What kind of integrations can you build using Prismatic?
Prismatic supports integrations ranging from simple and standard to complex, bespoke, and vertical-specific. Teams use it to build integrations between applications of all kinds, SaaS or legacy, with or without a modern API, regardless of protocol or data format. Here are some example use cases:
- Use job data from your system to create invoices in your customers' ERP.
- Import and process data from third-party forms that vary significantly from customer to customer.
- Email activity summary reports with parameters and intervals defined on a per-customer basis.
For information on the Prismatic platform, check out our website and docs.
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