Ordx' commerce platform provides highly structured sites operating, menu and inventory data required to power transactional applications. Ordrx gives access to restaurant data to build and deploy a food ordering app: items, prices, descriptions, options, hours and more. A ruby library for Ordr.in API.
Ordr.in founder and CEO, David Bloom, marks Ordr.in as the "Twilio for food." If that description fails to provide clarity, Ordr.in builds order and menu management tools for restaurants. Its API and enhanced toolkit (Hackfood) was announced and tested at Hackfood the Hackathon last week.
Bluetooth beacons offer a range of uses for sending radio signals over the air to connected smartphone applications. In this tutorial, developer Kuba Gretzky explains how he bypassed the beacons in restaurants to collect authorisation keys and earn himself free beer on a points-based app.