To build component plug-ins, you'll need an Appian installation to test them. This page walks you through the steps to get your environment up and running so you can develop your first component.
We review all component plug-ins to ensure they meet our standards for customer use. Check the review guidelines and get a pre-approval to make sure you're on the right track before starting your developer setup.
C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts) and map it to your local IP address.
All component plug-ins must be reviewed and approved before they can be deployed and used by Appian developers to build applications. In order to deploy and test components that are still under-development you must register your developer instance using these steps:
FQDNon file with an active product license for a non-production server.
custom.propertiesfor your developer instance.
Requesting a developer token can take up to seven (7) business days.
SERVER_AND_PORTyou provide in the support case.
custom.propertiesfile to enable component plug-in development:
conf.plugins.INTEGRATION_SDK_DEVELOPER_TOKEN=<token value provided>