Just like the Java SDK, eBay offers a kit for the .NET community codebase project. The documentation of the kit contains .Net release notes, installation requirements, guides, libraries, and references. Every 2 weeks developers will see enhancements in API releases in the trading API release notes section. eBay provides additional support through forums for complimentary accounts and live help for paid accounts.
APIs are giving more leverage to small independent players. Whether it’s a single developer, or a small web development team, each quality API that is produced gives them another leg up. There is a wonderful varied ecosystem emerging here with many highly specified niche players. TinyPay.me is one such player, offering e-commerce services with focus on simplicity and product placement. The TinyPay.me API gives developers a unique online storefront option.
Square is moving beyond the retail terminal thanks to a handful of new APIs meant to help companies accept payments in more places. The E-Commerce API and Register API target retailers large and small with a simple set of tools that integrate fully with Square's payment processing platform.