This client is dependent on the lightweight Shopify client produced by Sandeep Shetty. The plugin allows a developer to authenticate access and make API calls with Shopify using the CakePHP Framework. It's dependencies are CakePHP. Documentation provides instructions on how to install the plugin and begin to make API calls, with the program automatically handling Shopify authentication. This plugin client is supported by Colin McDonald, and is endorsed for use on the Shopify API documentation's list of 3rd party libraries.
It's Valentines Day today. It is estimated that around 110 million roses (majority of them red) are sold during the 3-day period around Valentine’s day. What has this got to do with APIs that we normally write about? Well guess what, if you dig APIs, Florist One and its Florist One API can help you start selling flowers online.
Amazon has just released an in-App purchasing API for PC and Mac Apps. Game developers should win big. This closely follows its Kindle ebook commitment to extending products across platforms. Ebooks were first available on Kindle readers, then they became readable on Macs and PCs. The roll out for in-App purchases in games was likewise first available to Kindle Fire and Android developers last April, a precursor to this announcement.
The Vibetrace API integrates Vibetrace's recommendation engine, accessing virtually any e-commerce platform. The name of the game, of course, is to move people from your target market to become visitors, then shoppers, regular customers and finally, part of your engaged community. Vibetrace's secret sauce for increasing conversion rates is a csutom built recommendation engine. It joins nearly 200 e-commerce APIs in our directory.