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.
Mobile app development is exploding, and the opportunity for mobile developers couldn't be better. Just like with social and cloud computing, APIs are at the heart of mobile growth, and opening up entirely new ways for developers to make money beyond just hourly project work.
Great customer service has long been a competitive advantage for any business. But for online merchants, that can take up valuable extra time, as customers wonder where their packages are. Amazon's massive online retail business has done many things, such as famously upended the book industry. It's also changed customer expectations--free shipping (or shipping by subscription), fast delivery, giving customers the ability to track with a click of a button. It puts the mom-and-pop online stores--and many other large operations--at a disadvantage. Aftership provides the Aftership API to help level the playing field.
Twenty-eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including eCommerce, Collaboration, and Machine Learning. Highlights include the Google Cloud AI Platform Pipelines API and APIs from Commerce Cloud by Salesforce. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.