The Stripe Python Library by Stripe is a REST resource. The library API is designed for predictable, resource-oriented URLs and HTTP response codes to indicate API errors. Further, it is aims to support the built-in HTTP features, like HTTP authentication and HTTP verbs with off-the-shelf HTTP clients, and the support cross-origin resource sharing to allow interaction with the API from a client-side web application. The returns are in JSON, including errors.
This article is the third of a three part series from MLSDev that shows you how to build an eCommerce API using Ruby on Rails. In this part, readers are shown how to secure their online store by implementing registration and authorization. A Github project accompanies this series.
Though a few shopping APIs are some of the earliest examples we have, their popularity has continued to grow for a simple reason: there's an obvious revenue model tied to them. When developers use one of the 82 Shopping APIs in our directory, that can mean money in the pocket of the API provider. And, by virtue of various affiliate and revenue-sharing programs tied to many of these APIs, it can also mean money in the pocket of the developer.
You’ve put the final touches on your ebook, and now you're looking for a convenient way to sell it online. Instamojo may have the answer. The company offers an out-of-the-box ecommerce solution that makes selling goods as easy as sharing a link. With the Instamojo API integration could not be much easier.