The Bill.com C# Sample Code by SpringAhead demonstrates how to interact with the API, allowing developers to integrate in multiple applications, share financial information, and implement transactions' features into applications.
FinancialForce.com, focused on building cloud based business applications on the Force.com platform, has released an API for its accounting application (i.e. The FinancialForce Accounting API). The API gives access to the entire suite of accounting tools available through the accounting platform (e.g. cash management, reporting and dashboards, ordering and billing, etc.). Although FinancialForce.com built the application with Force.com, and the target audience began with Force.com developers, the application has been integrated with many platforms and APIs (e.g. Google Apps, Basecamp, Facebook, PayPal, etc.)
Open data platform Factual continues its expansion into the local market. The new "monetize API," as the company is calling it, helps connect developers--and their users--to coupons, table bookings and other referrals to local places. The developer, in turn, gets a cut of whatever Factual earns from the deal. The addition to the Factual Places API comes with four launch partners, including the two most popular daily deal websites.
SWIFT, a provider of financial messaging services, is set to host a two-day hackathon at its annual African Regional Conference. The hackathon, which will take place on April 21st - 23rd in Cape Town, South Africa, will focus on developing solutions for cross-border financial services in Africa.