Groupon features a daily deal on the best stuff to do, see, eat, and buy in a variety of cities across the United States. Groupon gets discounts you won't find anywhere else through the power of group buying. The goal of Groupon API is to allow applications to directly interact with Groupon via a REST API.
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This is a Ruby wrapper for the Groupon API. It features activities to do in major cities. To use this library, developers need a key. Next, they can access 'listing divisions,' 'finding deals,' and 'finding deals by division.' Stephen St. Martin authored on GitHub. Copyrighted by Wynn Netherland.
The Groupon Java Library by Jessica Chung interacts with the API, that allows to build Groupon applications. Developers can improve, add extensions, and create multiple platform interfaces considering groups of clients who want to find the best deals nearby. Groupon official site offers an API developer forum.