CloudRail now supports email attachments

We have just released a new feature in our email API integrations, email attachments are now supported! There are a lot of uses for email attachments, like sending automated generated documents, [...]

CloudRail Partners with Box to Make API Integrations Easier

We are excited to announce an official technology partnership with Box today. Integrations of the Box API are now even easier for developers. This article gives you an overview about the new [...]

CloudRail visits API service provider Twilio

Monday, August 28th, we visited one of our API service providers, Twilio, at their HQ in San Francisco. Twilio is a leading provider of API based telecom services like SMS, voice, video, chat and [...]

Authenticating with Dropbox

Authenticating with Dropbox In this post we will guide you through the process of setting up your application for the use of Dropbox. There was a policy change in the way developers are supposed [...]

Authenticating with Google Drive

In this post we will guide you through the process of setting up your application for the use of Google Drive. Due to a policy change in the way developers are supposed to handle the [...]

Show us your Xamarin project

We are very excited about the release of our CloudRail Xamarin iOS and Android API integration SDK. We would love to hear more about Xamarin projects where CloudRail’s SDK is used to [...]

Why Xamarin matters to us

We just released the Xamarin version of our unified API integration solution (read more here), and there’s a reason why we decided to invest in developing the Xamarin SDK. Xamarin has [...]

Unified APIs for Xamarin

Xamarin is one of the major platforms to develop cross platform applications. It lets developers use the same code base to develop native applications for Android, iOS, Windows and more. Due to [...]

New User Forum Launched

We just launched our new user forum, a space we strive to make a great resource for help, inspiration and knowledge sharing. Even though we put a lot of effort into our documentation and code [...]