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Integrate Basin with hunter

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About Basin

Basin is a basic form backend that lets you collect data from submissions without writing a single line of code.

About hunter

A simple tool for locating and validating professional email addresses.

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  • Basin Integration hunter Integration

    Basin + hunter

    Create Lead to hunter from New Submission in Basin Read More...
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    hunter Integration Create Lead
  • Basin Integration hunter Integration

    Basin + hunter

    Create Recipent to hunter from New Submission in Basin Read More...
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    hunter Integration Create Recipent
  • Basin Integration Salesforce Integration

    Basin + Salesforce

    Add new Basin submissions to Salesforce as leads. Read More...
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    Salesforce Integration Create Record
    Transform any Basin submission into an opportunity in Salesforce. This Basin-Salesforce integration will automatically create leads in your Salesforce account corresponding to new Basin submission so that you can focus on moving them down the funnel, not wrangling with data entry.
    How This Basin-Salesforce Integration Works
    • A new form submission is received on Basin
    • Appy Pie Connect adds new lead to Salesforce
    What You Need
    • Basin account
    • Salesforce account
  • Basin Integration AWeber Integration

    Basin + AWeber

    Add new AWeber subscribers from new form submission in Basin Read More...
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    AWeber Integration Create Subscriber
    Use this Appy Pie Connect integration to instantly add new customers from Basin into your AWeber account. By enabling this Basin-AWeber integration, every new submission received in Basin will be automatically added to your AWeber account as a new subscriber. This is a great way to kick off successful email campaigns complete with the correct details automatically.
    How This Basin-AWeber Integration Works
    • A new form submission is received on Basin
    • Appy Pie Connect adds that contact to AWeber as new subscriber
    What You Need
    • Basin account
    • AWeber account
  • Basin Integration Google Sheets Integration

    Basin + Google Sheets

    Create Google Sheet rows on new Basin form submissions Read More...
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    Google Sheets Integration Create Spreadsheet Row
    Get the most out of your new Basin forms by connecting it to Google Sheets. This Basin-Google Sheet integration will create rows in a Google sheet each time users submit forms on your Basin, allowing you to keep a historical record of all the data you've collected. Each row will be a unique submission to your spreadsheet.
    How This Integration Works
    • A new form submission is received on Basin
    • Appy Pie Connect adds that contact to AWeber as new subscriber
    What You Need
    • Basin account
    • Google Sheets account
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Connect Basin + hunter in easier way

It's easy to connect Basin + hunter without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Submission

    Triggers when a user submits to your form.

  • New Campaign

    Triggers when a new campaign is available to your account.

  • New Lead

    Triggers when a new lead is created.

    Actions
  • Create Lead

    Creates a new lead.

  • Create Recipent

    Adds a recipient to one of your ongoing campaigns.

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How Basin & hunter Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Basin as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick hunter as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Basin to hunter.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Basin and hunter

Basin and hunter are two popular technologies that are used in the field of real-time systems. Basin is a real-time operating system because it runs on microprocessors, which do not have the support of micro kernels. It uses a hybrid approach which combines techniques from both preemptive and cooperative scheduling. On the other hand, hunter is an operating system for embedded systems. It provides the same level of services as any other OS, supports a variety of processors and can run on both big and small memory machines.

Basin is designed to provide the same level of services as any other operating system. In support of this objective, Basin makes use of the following components:The virtual memory manager component allows the user to allocate contiguous regions of memory in which to place processes. The virtual memory is divided into pages, each of which is 4096 bytes in size. Each process has its own private address space with the size being determined by the user when the process is created.

The process manager is responsible for creating new processes and killing existing ones. This component also provides two scheduling policies. preemptive and round-robin. Processes that are created using the preemptive scheduler may be interrupted at any time by another process that is selected by the round-robin scheduler.The timer manager provides an interface to hardware timers, which are used to implement time-outs in the kernel.

The interrupt handler is implemented as part of the device driver associated with each device that generates interrupts. The interrupt handler notifies the process currently running when an interrupt occurs and then switches context to it so that it may handle the interrupt directly. Basin implements this technique using nested contexts. The process manager switches context to a context within the interrupt handler itself before passing control to the user process specified by the interrupt handler. This Context Switch Mechanism is illustrated in Figure 1 below:

When switching context from an interrupt handler to a user process, the processor first saves register values on the stack and then switches context to user process in a single step. In contrast, when switching context between user processes, the processor first pushes all register values onto the stack, then switches context and finally pops all register values from the stack. This technique greatly reduces context switch time as it eliminates the need to push and pop register values separately (i.e., there are no extra steps.

Because Basin uses a virtual memory model, it requires a page fault handler, which is implemented in Basin as part of the virtual memory manager component. The page fault handler maps pages from disk into physical memory by evicting pages from memory or by paging them in if additional free memory is available. It also implements a demand-paged virtual memory model where it does not page out pages unless they have not been accessed for a period of time known as a page residency time. Pages that become dirty are written back to disk only when they have been resident for a period of time equal to their page residency time or when a buffer containing the page has been written to by another process.

The file system manager of Basin manages persistent storage devices such as hard disks and CD-ROMs. When a file write request arrives from a user process, the file system manager writes data to disk and then signals completion to user process. Basin supports multi-threaded file reads but only single threaded file writes because, unlike file reads, writing files requires exclusive access to a disk drive and cannot be done concurrently with other processes.

Hunter is an operating system for embedded systems that provides services comparable to those provided by any other operating system such as:The virtual memory manager component of hunter allocates contiguous regions of memory in which to store processes and their data segments. Like Basin, hunter also uses pages composed of 4096 bytes of memory and all processes have their own private address spaces with sizes determined by the user when they are created. Using virtual memory greatly simplifies allocation and deallocation of memory because it eliminates the need for manual segmentation of memory addresses into smaller units during allocation and deallocation operations.

Like Basin, hunter also uses a page fault handler that handles page misses by paging either previously occupied pages into memory or newly allocated pages from disk if additional free memory is available. Page faults can occur because of reads from or writes to locations on disk where there were no corresponding pages in physical memory or because of reads from locations on disk with corresponding pages in physical memory but where those pages had since been replaced with different pages from disk. Hunter also implements demand paging but at a finer granularity than Basin by paging only individual page frames into memory instead of entire pages .

In contrast with Basin, hunter supports multi-threaded file reads but does not support multi-threaded file writes because it does not use nested contexts like Basin to switch between processes executing within interrupt handlers and those executing within user processes. Instead, Hunter uses alternate stacks for storing register values while performing context switches between user processes in order to reduce context switch time. In addition to managing disk drives like Basin, Hunter also manages network interfaces and supports inter-process communication via sockets .

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