Mashups using the same API (61)
ShopAbout.co.uk is a comparison shopping site based on the Shopping.com API. Search and shop items by category.
An e-commerce price comparison site. Includes data from a variety of sources including APIs from PriceRunner and Shopping.com.
DoAt (do@) is a new mobile search engine for the iPhone. DoAt is an open platform for answering search queries and any developer can submit a web app to answer any type of query (music, movies,...
The RESTful Asos API (with JSON responses only) from UK-based Asos integrates access to a massive fashion catalog with over 50,000 product lines growing at 1,500 lines a week, in womenswear, menswear, footwear, accessories and beauty.
We are all familiar with online commerce these days. You want to buy something while shopping on Amazon or any other online destination: You create a profile and enter your credit card number; you purchase physical products, have them mailed to you and get the instant gratification of a digital purchase.
HubSpot Deals Properties
||The HubSpot Deals Properties API allows developers to create, update, delete, and get the properties of deal objects (such as invoice numbers) as well as groups of properties for deal objects....||eCommerce||01.31.2017|
HubSpot Deal Pipelines
||The HubSpot Deal Pipelines API allows developers to get, create, update, and delete deal pipelines within their instance of HubSpot. Multiple deal pipelines are supported, though all portals start...||eCommerce||01.31.2017|
||The OpenFinTech API integrates financial data into commercial applications. It is available in REST architecture with JSON formats. Developers can use the open database to create applications with...||Financial||01.26.2017|
||The Aplazame API offers tools for integrating instant financial capabilities with existing eCommerce applications. The platform simplifies financial methods by connecting a checkout environment with...||Financial||01.25.2017|
eBay Buy Order
||The eBay Buy Order API can be used to purchase items and track shipments within a third-party application. GET and POST calls are supported by the API, and JSON is used for responses. The Order API...||eCommerce||01.20.2017|