From their site: Prosper, America's first people-to-people lending marketplace, was created to make consumer lending more financially and socially rewarding for everyone. The way Prosper works is intuitive to people who have used eBay. Instead of listing and bidding on items, people list and bid on loans using Prosper's online auction platform.
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The Prosper Python SDK by Brian Elliot interacts with the API to access financial features. Code includes parser configuration and JSON protocol. Requests and responses are part of the practice in the sandbox.
The Prosper Ruby SDK by Evan Farrar communicates with the API to access financial features. To integrate loans services into an application, author includes basic code to send requests and receive responses.
The Prosper iOS SDK by Prosper allows users to apply for a loan within an application. To implement the API, developers will work with Borrowers SDK, which contains AFNetworking, AFOAuthO2Manager, and Google Maps.
The Prosper Android SDK by Akhil Latta interacts with the API to allow users to apply for a loan. To work with the Borrowers SDK, developers require Google Places API which will allow users to auto-complete addresses. Key available at https://developers.google.com/places/