Zuppler is an online menu system for restaurants with an online presence wishing to make web-based ordering easier and more intuitive. Using Zuppler, restaurants can employ descriptive menus--with full support from Zuppler--from the that allow their online customers to order online for takeout, delivery or ahead of time for dine-in.
The RESTful APIs can manage (create using POST) restaurant menus and specials as well as fetch restaurant listings, create new restaurant listings and return information about specific restaurants.
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The Zuppler Restaurants Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to access restaurant data. This is a GraphQL endpoint to query Zuppler data. For the moment, Zuppler exposes channel, restaurant, item, and menus.
The Zuppler Ruby Sample Code demonstrates how to access the API to implement food and restaurant features. Zuppler uses an access token to allow access to the API. Register a new Zuppler account at the Zuppler Identity.