Plug-and-play integration for all cloud-based services with a REST API. Simply enter their address and let Mobility Portal figure out their logic in the background.
Connectors include: Office365, Salesforce, Google Apps for Business, Dropbox, and many more
On-premise applications and their APIs/interfaces can be integrated seamlessly with our pre-configured Connectors. Give legacy sources a second life and consume their data inside your apps.
Connectors include: SAP, SharePoint 2013, MS Exchange, and many more
Integrate and sync with existing users from your server and let them connect and authenticate with their apps. You can also re-map your existing security groups to match audiences, and thus keep your data protected.
Supported services include: AD, SAML, AD FS, OAuth, and many more
Super simple integration of relational and object-based databases. Most databases are in sync in real-time, others will be refreshed multiple times throughout the day.
Connectors include: SQL, Oracle, and constantly new ones
Visual Query Designer
Make formulating database statements a breeze with our query configurator that allows you to point-and-click the necessary components,
Services that do not offer APIs usually offer an RSS Feed that chronologically shows the most recent events. This is popular with news and finance outlets and can be integrated as a stream.
Create your own Connectors to generic OAuth2 or OData services with our no-code Connectors Wizard. Allows for even very niche applications to be included in your app project.
Offers a central dashbaord that shows all Connectors, their health status, response times, apps usage and usage frequencies.
This allows for an easy management of the many APIs that are integrated with Connectors.
Platform and Back-end
On-premise or Cloud installation
You can run Mobility Portal Server on your own server behind your firewall or in the Microsoft Azure Cloud or Amazon Web Services Cloud – or all together in a hybrid setup.
The back-end unites data sources from the internet (i.e. Cloud or SaaS services) and intranet (i.e. Servers, databases, integrations) and fuses them all together, as though they are all part of the same architecture.
Mobility Portal doesn't just consume other services' APIs to display their information, but it can also write entries, records and files back into these original sources or move them between connections.
The Unity Service Layer is responsible for standardizing the different Connectors. It knows the 'logic' behind each connector and translates requests on the fly.
The Unity API systematically groups related APIs together into 'Service Layers' that make the sources within them interchangeable.Learn More
Search Service Layer
Enterprise-wide search is realized through the Search Layer which automatically executes all search requests and handles the results from all your connectors, cloud and on-premise at the same time.
Social Service Layer
Merges all social streams (e.g. Yammer, Slack, Chatter, etc.) into a single Social Layer that is then used for apps. This architecture allows for free switching between connected services without having to rewrite apps as they simply integrate the Social Layer.
Global and unified permissions
Services integrated with our Connectors will already have their own permission systems. Mobility Portal Server carries all of these over when authenticating a user and consilidates all permissions into a unified permission systems. App access can be limited to certain permission profiles.
Unlike permissions which define who "may" see something, Audiences define who "should" see something. Thus users that are part of an Audience will receive certain data sources and Apps pre-enabled for them, delivering a tailored experience from the start.
The Gatekeeper ensures that only such data packages
are sendto the device that the enroledand authenticated user has permission to view. It prevents any unauthorized data requests and thus protects the server.
Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
All data requests will be stored in a DMZ after the Backend has ascertained the user is authorized and authenticated to view the source. No files, API requests or Tokens are ever stored on the client's device to prevent data leaks.
You can enable Single Sign-On against all Identity Connectors so users only have to login once to be authenticated for all Mobility Portal Apps and their APIs.
The international app infrastructure allows you to quickly localize the UI, date
formatsand even the data served to the user.
Apps & Design
Responsive Web Design
Through CSS3 all apps are fully responsive and dynamically adjust the content and UI to the available screen size. This means that your apps will work just as beautifully on a smart watch, as well as on a big desktop without any proprietary coding necessary to support them.
Built with Google Polymer
Polymer is the new standard for creating re-usable web components that allow you to radically speed up your development processes. Plus, Google Polymer is open-source so you could always develop your own customizations for specialist use cases.Learn More
TangereJS Front-end Framework
On top ofLearn More
Polymerwe apply our own framework that delivers a better mobile-first experience. Examples include Offline mode, the revolutionary Cards UI, MultiSearch, etc.
Web Apps by default
Against most consumers intuition, web apps that run in the browser are actually better in terms of productivity than native apps. As an organization you can control everybody uses the same version and can rely on the safety and integrity of the web browser all devices already have. That's why our apps are web apps by default.Learn More
Hybrid Apps / Cordova Support
If you create customer-facing apps and prefer to go through the public App Stores, that too will work just fine with the PhoneGap support for the Mobility Portal Workplace Scaffold.
Apps can be embedded into other browser-enabled applications. For example you could spice up your old Intranet or SharePoint with some great apps to offer functionality that these systems were previously incapable of providing.
BYOD or COPE
Since data is never stored on the device, you may let employees use Mobility Portal on their own devices (BYOD) or corporate owned (COPE) ones. It's no less safe than, say, accessing the Intranet from home.
Build & Deploy
The front-end framework is built on HTML5 so your apps will work on any device and OS that has a browser.
HTML5 is supported by iOS, Android, Windows, OS X, Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer 11 or higher, Edge, and many more browsers.
Interactive API Documentation
The Unity Layer automatically populates an API documentation that shows you all the connected services and how to call them. So you don't have to remember anything but instead can always refer to this documentation. Comes with a built-in API console that let's you test requests.
Builder Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
With our free Adobe Brackets Extension you can see a live preview of your App project and easily add pre-configured components into your code.Learn More
Take advantage of our built-in Workplace Apps, Lists, Forms, Charts, Data Entry and Search Fields so you don't have to reinvent the wheel.
You can also re-use your own code blocks to reduce development times for your apps even further.
Quickly check how your finished app will look on smartphones and tablets in both orientations with our Device Simulator.
Complete Workplace App Scaffold
A clean Mobility Poral already comes with a Workplace App scaffold that's responsive, embeddable, touchable, brandable, secure and provides built-in User Management and App Store features.
The built-in App Store lets users manage which Mobility Portal Apps they want to be able to access. Based on their audience some apps may be pre-enabled or not available.
Version Management and Deployment
New versions of apps and app components are automatically detected and will be deployed to all users and all apps.
App Analytics / Tracking
Tracks App usage, API usage and provides a centralized error reporting in the backend.