Bootic is an online shopping network that connects suppliers (The Sources) and retailers (The Vendors) to offer a symbiotic shopping experience for customers interested in locating goods in a customizable and personal shopping environment.
Bootic handles shipping and transactions for the Vendors and connects them with Sources. Bootic Vendors can also use Bootic's Web-based tools to create dynamic ecommerce storefronts.
You can use Bootic's API to access various internal Bootic functions such as: search methods, product information, user account information and storefront and product management for Bootic stores.
The API can interact with any product or application that can make an HTTP request and interpret JSON data. Calls include: GET/POST with returns formatted in JSON.
Of the many APIs we published this week, 15 were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those 15, which include the Datownia API. The Datownia API generates an API from an Excel spreadsheet that allows developers to integrate their data with any website or app. The object of the API is to allow developers to update content on multi-platform apps simultaneously. To learn more about the Datownia API visit the Datownia site as well as the Datownia API blog post.
Online shopping has opened up a whole new world of opportunity for the digital consumer, and savvy web users are well aware that the web has the potential to expand these possibilities even further. Convenience may not be enough; shoppers want more choice. The Bootic API helps to add some variety.