How-to: Using PHP with the Amazon eCommerce API Share via FacebookShare via TwitterShare via LinkedinShare via Google+Share via RedditShare via Mail How to formulate rest queries to use the amazon eCommerce api. A simple store built with eCommerce API using PHP with REST queries. Track this How-To/Source-Code Submit a How-To/Source-Code Summary Followers Comments Comments (0) Comment * Leave this field blank Post Comment Followers (5) Track this Howto/Sourcecode Username naveen2122 naimul mvasquezm manish1001 vinoth Specs Realated APIs Amazon Product Advertising Languages/Plateform PHP Tags eCommerce, Application Development, Application Development, Application Development Added July 10, 2008 URL http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=636&categoryID=12 Followers (5) /View all Track this Howto/Source code Related News Articles /View all Evernote Rate Limits API to Encourage Responsible Programming Evernote Rate Limits API to Encourage Responsible Programming Evernote, the company that makes it easy to remember things, wants developers to use its API responsibly. To ensure this, the company is imposing rate limits on its API, it announced on a blog post... News Amy Castor Application Development, API 4 months ago 1 Evernote Rate Limits API to Encourage Responsible Programming Developing Search Friendly Applications Developing Search Friendly Applications Search engines such as Google have been making life a lot easier for developers. They have huge development resources that startups just don't have, and when they make their APIs available, everyon... News Guest Author Best Practices, Application Development, Search 4 months ago 1 Developing Search Friendly Applications Interview: An API-a-day Keeps the... Are You Kidding? Interview: An API-a-day Keeps the... Are You Kidding? Okay, spot the New Year's resolution that's different: lose weight, exercise, stop procrastinating, build one App every weekday using APIs. Yeah. That last one is the focus of Purchase College stud... News Greg Bates API, Application Development, Mashups 4 months ago 0 Interview: An API-a-day Keeps the... Are You Kidding?