ohShopify.php is a lightweight client that enables PHP applications to interact with the Shopify API. The client requires PHP version 4 with cURL support for its use. The client is compatible with OAuth Shopify Apps, and with valid authorization is able to access Shopify admin functionalities via Shopify API calls. This library is not officially supported by Shopify, but is endorsed on the Shopify API developer documentation list of 3rd party libraries. The package is maintained by Colin McDonald and is open sourced on GitHub.
How much of the content posted to Pinterest is from retail or e-commerce websites? How much money can they make off these links? These are hot questions right now. I’ll get to them, but first let’s back up. Recently journalists have had a field day in thinking they found some new, hidden secret within Pinterest because the pinterest.com website utilized SkimLinks service to monetize the user generated content (Pins). Well, Pinterest has been using SkimLinks since around the time they initially launched. I should also point out many other sites also use SkimLinks and don't formally disclose it, as it can cause confusion to those uneducated in the affiliate space.
The selling of digital goods online is a fast growing industry and FetchApp is designed to make it as streamlined a process as possible. It's basically a digital delivery application that covers everything from digital storage and inventory security to download restrictions and file transfer. FetchApp is already compatible with PayPal, Google Checkout, Goodsie, BigCommerce, FoxyCart, and Shopify, but also provides the FetchApp API for developers who would like to integrate the data with any other system.