Handshake is a service for writing and receiving orders online using an iPad, iPhone, or web browser. Orders sync instantly and are automatically tracked and sorted by item, region, rep, and more. Customer lists and information are managed so that important information, such as order history, is always within easy reach. Handshake even comes with support for barcode scanning.
The Handshake API enables users to integrate Handshake with other applications and services using REST calls issued in XML or JSON.
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The Handshake Ruby SDK by Brian Guthrie access job opportunities and employer networking features via API. Characteristics include methods signature contracts, contracts on blocks, methods pre and post conditions, and class invariants.
The Handshake Java SDK by Justin communicates with the API to grant access via Minecraft accounts. To start the server, developers can visit https://github.com/ItsAGeekThing/Handshake/blob/master/src/io/github/itsageekthing/handshake/handshake.java