Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 21, 2014
BoonEx’s social site builder, Dolphin Community Builder, is used to make and manage thousands of custom social network sites. When the need arose for the use of web page screenshots, BoonEx decided to integrate the ShrinkTheWeb service as an optional service provider. After some hiccups in the original launch, ShrinkTheWeb decided it would be best to take a more active role in the integration process to ensure the quality of the service was preserved and to make as many features available to the users as possible.
Duane Roumel, of Customer Satisfaction, confirms that “Our ShrinkTheWeb certified plugins are designed to simplify the process of adding and maintaining web page screenshots on CMS (Content Management System) websites. We have dealt with our fair share of API integrations and decided it would be great if we could spare our users any hassle.”
The BoonEx Dolphin screenshot integration allows users to choose how they want their screenshots to be displayed on their site from within the admin panel. Setup is limited to adding the unique ShrinkTheWeb Access and Secret Keys and setting how long you want to keep a screenshot before getting an updated version from ShrinkTheWeb.
With so many website SaaS (Software as as Service) solutions on the market, having quality integrations that allow users to mix and match their website design tools is extremely important. Without these integrations web developers are forced to undertake the process of learning an API and then custom coding a solution. With widened support of the Dolphin screenshot integration in the SITES module, the Dolphin community finally has a reliable and simple way to incorporate website screenshots in their design.
ShrinkTheWeb offers a service to fully automate the capture and delivery of web page
screenshots. The company was founded in 2009 and has been a driving force in the emerging automated website screenshot marketplace. ShrinkTheWeb has always held fast to the idea that website screenshots will eventually become a staple of the Internet. They will become a commonplace replacement or enhancement to simply showing a link. They are the natural evolution to linking and referencing on the web.
For more information, please visit http://learn.shrinktheweb.com