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 third largest retailer in the world, Tesco, a grocery-and-more chain largely in the UK, will soon unveil a REST API for its online store (Tesco API profile). Developers will be able to search products, as well as get nutritional information, such as how many calories are in a serving of crisps or biscuits.
Why, you may ask, would Zappos--which you probably know as that online shoe store with the great return policy--need an API, much less a developer platform? Well, Zappos doesn't just sell shoes these days; they also carry men's and women's clothing, handbags, housewares, and other related products. And if there's one thing online shoppers love, it's new ways to shop.