Nowadays, connectivity in technology systems is based on a set of standards.These standards usually enable what’s called API access. Simply put, it is the ability to speak between systems using a list of known methods. API Standards are built typically using what’s called a REST or SOAP architecture. It is recommended that all connectivity between systems uses these standards and where possible, the most modern of those.
Smart localization programs today are also leaning towards the deployment of headless technology. Headless technology is a software architecture in which the front end (user interface) and back end (logic and data) are decoupled, allowing separate development and deployment. This allows content and functionality to be delivered across various devices and channels, providing flexibility and scalability in building applications. Having a connected technology stack built with the best solutions for each project, solutions that can be easily added or removed as and when needed, gives organizations an advantage when it comes to being able to deliver their global content much faster and at the highest possible level of quality.