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- Booking capable website for multi-day adventure tours to Africa. The site is built on the Sentias Content Server with a customized Rezgo XML API parser interface. The website connects to the Rezgo...
- A tour and attractions company that has integrated the Rezgo XML API for bookings. The product display and availability pages use the API to pull live updated product data and availability for...
- Hotel and experiences search mashup.
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