Yoti Developer Portal
For the 2021 autumn season of API The Docs, 16 DevPortal Awards nominee teams share the highlights of their devportal journey. Each team will introduce the best features of their sites, share their experiences, talk about their future plans, and participate in Q&A sessions.
About the session
Date: 6 October, 2021
Kiran Bali (Head of Integrations) will introduce the Yoti developer portal. The site was nominated in the "Best API Reference Documentation & Support", "Best Findability of Products in a Devportal", "Best Accessible Devportal" and "Best Design" categories for the Devportal Awards 2021.
About the portal
"In the last 4 years, Yoti has evolved from one product to six, with multiple services that span innovative identity verification and authentication technologies.
Yoti has created an integration ecosystem for developers of all ranges to integrate six complex products simply. Yoti supports web and native integrations and consists of a simple API to get live in a few simple steps. To make the integration easier we have developed top class SDK’s which wrap our complex API’s into a simpler form.
For teams with no technical resource, we have also developed no-code web portals for our identity verification solution and our eSigning solution. These were inspired by work driven by our social purpose strategy in the Global South, which highlighted the need to get innovative technology to frontline workers with little technical knowledge. The web portals have not only made our products more accessible for smaller organisations but they also give clients a way to try out our technology before integrating.
- Step-by-step guides describing how to integrate.
- Code snippets in each supported coding language.
- Example projects which are click-and-play.
- API references.
- SDK integration guides.
- In depth videos for portal users.
- Service disruption pages.
- Release notes.
- Sandbox environments.
- Technical support.
Our goal is to ensure a developer of all levels can seamlessly integrate our products without the need of a support engineer. That said, if at any point the developers need assistance, we have a great support team to assist with just technical queries who receive excellent feedback. We recently changed the design, content and structure of our documentation and are continually improving the portal based on feedback that we ask for from our integrators."
Recaps are published: watch Yoti’s devportal demo and Q&A on the Pronovix recap page »