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Auto-generate compliant APIs to share content across channels and platforms

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    Lifetime access to Flotiq
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    All future Pro Plan updates
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    No codes, no stacking—just choose the plan that’s right for you
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    You must activate your license within 60 days of purchase
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    Ability to upgrade or downgrade between 4 license tiers
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    GDPR compliant

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Features included in all plans
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    Royalty-free images
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    Image resizing and optimization
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    Relation builder
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    Built-in content versioning
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    Unlimited object types
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    Custom API
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    API publishing
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    API sandbox
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    Scoped API docs
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    Full-text search
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    Automatic SDK
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    Webhooks
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    Integrations (Zapier, Gatsby, Snipcart, Netlify, Postman)
  • License Tier 1

    • All features above included
    • 3 users
    • 4M API calls per month
    • 25,000 objects
    • 20 scoped API keys
    • 5 GB file quota
    • .5 TB bandwidth
  • License Tier 2

    • All features above included
    • 6 users
    • 8M API calls per month
    • 50,000 objects
    • 50 scoped API keys
    • 15 GB file quota
    • .75 TB bandwidth
  • License Tier 3

    • All features above included
    • 15 users
    • 16M API calls per month
    • 100,000 objects
    • 100 scoped API keys
    • 25 GB file quota
    • .75 TB bandwidth

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I've sent an email to your support alias and waiting to hear back. Would you please respond to my queries via email since the campaign on Appsumo has already ended?

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Hello,

What is your email?

Sorry if you experienced a delay, I will check and get back to you ASAP.

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It's connectwithnik@gmail.com. I sent an email to hello@flotiq.com.

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Can you help me understand the difference between this and fireapis? Which I also purchased here

I do not have enough understanding to see the difference yet but I get that both tools are powerful in using and developing apis which I would like to be doing more of.

I also have 1 code for Meta API

Thanks

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Hi,

Interesting comparison! Both products look quite similar - in both, you can define what you want to store (types, attributes), and in both, you get API with documentation.

Fireapis seems more intended for developers, and Flotiq for developers and content editors. Why? For example, in Fireapis, you have a data entry view described as 'Testing API' in the endpoint management view and not as separate forms. A regular content editor doesn't need to know what an API is. In Flotiq, the data entry and editing view are more wordpress-like.

We also don't have a media library at fireapis for media management by non-technical users.

I think that both products are valuable depending on the use case. If you only care about building and testing APIs and storing data for your application, Fireapis seems to be more suitable.

If you also want to have forms designed for non-technical users, support for the website development process (Gatsby / NextJS starters etc.) - Flotiq seems to be more suitable.

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Can Flotiq be used as a backend for a no-code builder like Bubble or Bildr? If so, are there any documents/videos showing how this would work?

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Hi,

Thanks for asking. I'll start with Bildr - yes, Flotiq can be used as a data source. Here is a good explanation of how to add a custom API to Bildr. [https://youtu.be/6zpXri0GId4]. In our case, you will be able to use your API created in Flotiq - e.g. listing objects https://flotiq.com/docs/API/content-type/listing-co/

Regarding Bubble - there is also no problem using data from Flotiq as the data source. You can do this as a data connector by using the plugin https://manual.bubble.io/core-resources/bubble-made-plugins/api-connector and entering it, as in the case of Bildr, the appropriate endpoint of your API.

If you need a tutorial/video, please add a post on our wishlist - we will try to prepare material about the integration

https://flotiq.productlift.dev/t/wish-list

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Ahh cool. Looks like the deal has ended already so unfortunately I didn't get to pick it up. Will you be coming back to AppSumo?

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Hi, bought tier 2 and I have only 10 GB file quota not 15 GB as you mentioned.

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Hi,

Can you send us an email at hello@flotiq.com - we will fix it :)

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Hi All - I'm very new to Headless CMS but I have one use case I want to ask you about.

Say I have a client site in HTML. It's just straight HTML/CSS site up on a GoDaddy host etc..

Can I create a blog for that HTML site with Flotiq? A blog as a sub-directory?

And other archive style pages like an Events page? And 'team' or 'staff' page that link out to individual 'event and staff pages'.

Does that make sense?

What other tools would be needed?

And what would the basic flow be?

Also, could I create blog archive and blog pages etc.. with say a HTML funnel builder like Convertri?

https://www.convertri.com/

Like can we style out a blog and embed it into an HTML page?

Ok thanks!

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Hi,

Flotiq is more of a backend for your projects. With the help of our starters, e.g. https://flotiq.com/blog/building-blog-with-gatsby-starter, you can extend it to a frontend. Where you host is up to you. With GatsbyJS, you can generate a page as static files, so theoretically, you could put them in a subdirectory on GoDaddy.

I think it would be simpler and more convenient to move your pages entirely to Gatsby / NextJS (page generation frameworks, React) if only based on the one mentioned in the link above. In the case of the Gatsby project, you can easily transfer your HTML pages to the project, adding a blog, staff and similar subpages. We also recommend deploying on, e.g. netlify, a more adapted tool for Gatsby than GoDaddy https://dev.to/ivanadokic/hosting-gatsby-site-using-a-godaddy-domain-netlify-gatsby-netlify-react-hosting-e

Regarding Convertri - if they return HTML, you can safely connect it to the page with our starters by copying the appropriate HTML code to them.

user-avatar

Hello and thanks for the detailed recommendations/sop.

I'm lookin now.

But I missed the deal!

IT happens I'll look at your monthlies I don't need large package at all I just want to tinker and maybe for one client who's basically a straight HTML/CSS site so difficult to post new content to.

I'm learning to code but it's a process..

Will you be planning another deal?

Ok thanks again!

Eddie

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I've sent an email to your support alias and waiting to hear back. Would you please respond to my queries via email since the campaign on Appsumo has already ended?

Hide replies 2
user-avatar

Hello,

What is your email?

Sorry if you experienced a delay, I will check and get back to you ASAP.

user-avatar

It's connectwithnik@gmail.com. I sent an email to hello@flotiq.com.

user-avatar

Can you help me understand the difference between this and fireapis? Which I also purchased here

I do not have enough understanding to see the difference yet but I get that both tools are powerful in using and developing apis which I would like to be doing more of.

I also have 1 code for Meta API

Thanks

Hide replies 1
user-avatar

Hi,

Interesting comparison! Both products look quite similar - in both, you can define what you want to store (types, attributes), and in both, you get API with documentation.

Fireapis seems more intended for developers, and Flotiq for developers and content editors. Why? For example, in Fireapis, you have a data entry view described as 'Testing API' in the endpoint management view and not as separate forms. A regular content editor doesn't need to know what an API is. In Flotiq, the data entry and editing view are more wordpress-like.

We also don't have a media library at fireapis for media management by non-technical users.

I think that both products are valuable depending on the use case. If you only care about building and testing APIs and storing data for your application, Fireapis seems to be more suitable.

If you also want to have forms designed for non-technical users, support for the website development process (Gatsby / NextJS starters etc.) - Flotiq seems to be more suitable.

user-avatar

Can Flotiq be used as a backend for a no-code builder like Bubble or Bildr? If so, are there any documents/videos showing how this would work?

Hide replies 2
user-avatar

Hi,

Thanks for asking. I'll start with Bildr - yes, Flotiq can be used as a data source. Here is a good explanation of how to add a custom API to Bildr. [https://youtu.be/6zpXri0GId4]. In our case, you will be able to use your API created in Flotiq - e.g. listing objects https://flotiq.com/docs/API/content-type/listing-co/

Regarding Bubble - there is also no problem using data from Flotiq as the data source. You can do this as a data connector by using the plugin https://manual.bubble.io/core-resources/bubble-made-plugins/api-connector and entering it, as in the case of Bildr, the appropriate endpoint of your API.

If you need a tutorial/video, please add a post on our wishlist - we will try to prepare material about the integration

https://flotiq.productlift.dev/t/wish-list

user-avatar

Ahh cool. Looks like the deal has ended already so unfortunately I didn't get to pick it up. Will you be coming back to AppSumo?

user-avatar

Hi, bought tier 2 and I have only 10 GB file quota not 15 GB as you mentioned.

Hide replies 1
user-avatar

Hi,

Can you send us an email at hello@flotiq.com - we will fix it :)

user-avatar

Hi All - I'm very new to Headless CMS but I have one use case I want to ask you about.

Say I have a client site in HTML. It's just straight HTML/CSS site up on a GoDaddy host etc..

Can I create a blog for that HTML site with Flotiq? A blog as a sub-directory?

And other archive style pages like an Events page? And 'team' or 'staff' page that link out to individual 'event and staff pages'.

Does that make sense?

What other tools would be needed?

And what would the basic flow be?

Also, could I create blog archive and blog pages etc.. with say a HTML funnel builder like Convertri?

https://www.convertri.com/

Like can we style out a blog and embed it into an HTML page?

Ok thanks!

Hide replies 2
user-avatar

Hi,

Flotiq is more of a backend for your projects. With the help of our starters, e.g. https://flotiq.com/blog/building-blog-with-gatsby-starter, you can extend it to a frontend. Where you host is up to you. With GatsbyJS, you can generate a page as static files, so theoretically, you could put them in a subdirectory on GoDaddy.

I think it would be simpler and more convenient to move your pages entirely to Gatsby / NextJS (page generation frameworks, React) if only based on the one mentioned in the link above. In the case of the Gatsby project, you can easily transfer your HTML pages to the project, adding a blog, staff and similar subpages. We also recommend deploying on, e.g. netlify, a more adapted tool for Gatsby than GoDaddy https://dev.to/ivanadokic/hosting-gatsby-site-using-a-godaddy-domain-netlify-gatsby-netlify-react-hosting-e

Regarding Convertri - if they return HTML, you can safely connect it to the page with our starters by copying the appropriate HTML code to them.

user-avatar

Hello and thanks for the detailed recommendations/sop.

I'm lookin now.

But I missed the deal!

IT happens I'll look at your monthlies I don't need large package at all I just want to tinker and maybe for one client who's basically a straight HTML/CSS site so difficult to post new content to.

I'm learning to code but it's a process..

Will you be planning another deal?

Ok thanks again!

Eddie

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