Mautic is an open-source marketing automation software that helps online businesses automate their repetitive marketing tasks such as lead generation, contact segmentation, marketing campaigns, lead scoring, etc.
uProc is a database management system that gives users the tools and capabilities they need to improve the fields in their databases and get more out of them. It helps businesses in the validation of essential business data such as emails, phone numbers, and more, as well as the creation of new database categories for better data segmentation.uProc Integrations
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Triggers when a new contact is created.
Triggers when a form is submitted.
Triggers when new marketing message created.
Triggers when new text message created.
Triggers when a contact updated.
Create a marketing message.
Create a text message
Creates a new contact or updates and existing contact.
Select a tool to perform verification or enrichment
Mautic is an open-source CRM. CRM is short for Customer Relationship Management. Mautic is the most feature-rich open source CRM platform available today. It’s easy to use, install, and customize for your needs. It is 100% free and open source, so you can download it and start building your CRM in no time.
uProc is a PHP micro framework that makes it easy to write powerful web applications with minimal effort. uProc provides several useful features like URL routing, middleware, sessions, logging, template engine, validation, ORM, authentication, caching, DI container and more.
Mautic has an API (Application Programming Interface. that allows developers to extend its functionality in any way they wish. The PHP code that makes up the API is included in the core distribution in the mautic/api directory. Developers can create new endpoints, or modify existing ones to suit their needs. Things like authorization and authentication need not be modified in the core distribution. They can simply be modified as needed by the developer using the mautic/api directory as a starting point. This allows Mautic to remain small and fast, while still allowing developers to make it do what they want it to do.
Mautic and uProc work together magically by way of Mautic’s API. Mautic’s API looks for a file called mautic.php whenever it runs on a web server. This file contains all of the necessary configuration information that Mautic needs to run correctly. If such a file does not exist, then Mautic will try to create one. If you delete the file manually, Mautic will try to recreate it on its own upon its next execution. This allows developers to configure Mautic without having to edit the files directly.
When Mautic runs and finds or creates a mautic.php file, it will attempt to load the file into memory and execute it as PHP code. If you have created a mautic.php file manually, then this code will run first fplowed by the remainder of the Mautic code which is located in the /src directory of your Mautic installation. The mautic.php file will also load some additional libraries from within the /src directory of Mautic’s installation after everything else has been loaded into memory. These libraries provide specific functionality to Mautic. They are needed for Mautic to function properly even though they are not necessarily a part of the core distribution itself. Two of these libraries are commonly used by developers who choose to extend Mautic with their own custom code:
The most common way that developers will interact with Mautic’s API is through the use of the mautic library (not to be confused with mautic.php. This library makes it easy for developers to call whichever endpoints they wish without having to know how they work internally. Instead, they can simply create objects that represent these endpoints and pass them around within their application as needed without worrying about how each one works individually (unless they wish to dig deeper. Using this approach also makes it easier for developers to assume specific configurations when calling certain endpoints without even knowing if those configurations are valid or not yet (more on this later. The mautic library requires that developers use method chaining when interacting with Mautic’s API endpoints because this makes it easier for the developer to fplow the code path that was taken when interacting with an endpoint that may include multiple steps or layers of abstraction before performing its actual job. This helps prevent mistakes that could occur if developers were required to use try/catch blocks throughout their code to check for errors which would otherwise go undetected if method chaining was not enforced throughout an entire application or set of related classes.
There are several benefits to integrating uProc with Mautic via its API:
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