This is a lightweight .NET client library that wraps the Shopify API for .NET applications to consume. Authored and maintained by Colin McDonald, the client requires .NET 2.0 or greater, and dependencies include Visual Studio and MVC3. The client will assist developers in programming an app to perform administrative Shopify functions. The documentation includes a sample web application that developers can reference to understand the API authorization and calls.
Kodak has launched a developer program that delivers an API to enable printing to retail locations. Mobile app developers can integrate the free API into photo-centric apps and print directly to Kodak's partner retailers. Currently, Bartell Drugs and Target represent the two US retailers to whom the API can point. In Europe, dm-drogerie sits as the first retail partner. Kodak envisions expanding its retail partner base so app developers can print everything from cards to calendars at over 100,000 locations around the world.
The company that launched the world's first grocery API now has a new mobile app, built upon its own platform. Anyone with a Tesco account and a Nokia phone can now add rhubarb and salad to their virtual cart while out and about. Like the API itself, the app gives us a glimpse of how we might all shop in the future, even if the future is just next year.