The Quip Automation API automates document processing, file sharing, and content writing. The Automation API is REST-based. Responses are JSON, and errors are reported via standard HTTP codes in addition to JSON-formatted error information in the HTTP response bodies of relevant requests. OAuth 2 is available for authentication and authorization.
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The Quip Go SDK by Matt DuVall allows API communication to access collaborative features that developers can implement into web services. With the API, users will be able to upload lists, documents, and spreadsheets in business environments.
The Quip Ruby SDK by Jaqueline allows API communication to access collaborative features. Developers can implement documents, spreadsheets, and lists into web services. Resources include installation and usage.
The Quip Node.js SDK by Quip allows API communication to access collaboration features that can help developers to facilitate document upload, list sharing, and spreadsheet creation in web services. Sample code displays how to authenticate and access a folder from a predetermined client.
The Quip Python SDK by Quip allows API interaction to access collaboration features, such as documents, lists, and spreadsheets. An example available presents how to obtain folders from a given client.