Technical Accelerators are high-level tutorials that each focus on a specific common use case, like NGS workflows or data lake integrations. The goal of a Technical Accelerator is to provide relevant context and best practices related to the topic, shortening the learning curve and allowing developers to build better, faster.
Technical Accelerators are not basic or introductory tutorials; they assume a baseline knowledge of the Benchling developer platform, as well as a familiarity with the use case in question. With this knowledge as a foundation, each accelerator establishes guidelines for the best approach for building an app at the intersection of Benchling and the subject matter.
You should consider working through a Technical Accelerator if:
- You are planning to build an integration that is represented by one of the Technical Accelerators
- You are interested in the practical application of the Benchling developer platform in real-world scenarios
You should not consider working through a Technical Accelerator if:
- You are planning to build an integration that is not represented by one of the Technical Accelerators
- You are still getting familiar with the basics of the Benchling developer platform
- You are looking for use case specific sample code that works out-of-the-box
If you fall into one of these categories, consider checking out our more generic tutorials like Building your first app with App Configuration, our Getting Started guides like Getting Started with Benchling Apps, or our Recipes.
Technical Accelerators are designed to provide the lightweight scaffolding necessary for experienced teams to build integrations on the Benchling Developer Platform. In many cases, particularly for customers new to the platform or with limited technical resources, working directly with Benchling experts can save resources and accelerate the time to value.
If you're looking for more support on your project, reach out to your Benchling account team and ask about working with one of our Technical Solutions Architects.
Updated about 1 month ago