FedEx, Amazon Product Advertising, eBay, UPS Shipping, Salesforce.com, USPS Track & Confirm, Google Base, Google Checkout
Mashups using the same API (710)
This mashup allows users to search ebay and display the results on a map. Useful for finding auctions that are nearby, with many search and sorting features.
Storefront built on Amazon eCommerce with millions of products from a wide variety of categories and hundreds of merchants with competitive prices.
Create your own charts, find new music or radio stations, watch the videos of your favorite artist or band.
Customer service-driven company Zappos, which first launched its developer program in June, is showing it's still focused on its Zappos API. The platform for platform shoes has been hard at work on a new version, according to Zappos' Will Young, though developers won't notice much difference quite yet.
ParallelDots Text Classification (Taxonomy)
||The ParallelDots Text Classification (Taxonomy) API can help you understand customer behavior by categorizing conversations on social networks, feedback and other web sources. Search engines,...||Classification||04.12.2017|
||Unified APIs for inventory, carts, the checkout process, payments and more, so you can focus on creating seamless customer experiences at any scale. Moltin is a SaaS cloud based eCommerce platform...||eCommerce||04.11.2017|
PayPal Button Manager
||The PayPal Button Manager API allows developers to create, manage, and edit a large number of PayPal Payments Standard buttons without having to touch HTML code. This API is available for both NVP...||Payments||04.10.2017|
||The ePayco API implements a payment system that returns JSON calls related to credit cards, bank transactions, and Efecty (international) payments. The API supports OnPage checkout, standard checkout...||Payments||04.04.2017|
||Trexle is a RESTful API service that connects e-commerce shopping carts to +100 payments gateways. It is available with API Key. Developers can use the interface to integrate transactions and...||Payments||04.02.2017|