This is a Ruby Sample implementation of POPSUGAR's Shopping API using sinatra. Collective's ShopStyle allows client applications to retrieve the underlying data for all the basic elements of the ShopStyle website, including products, brands, retailers, and categories. It is a REST-style web service, composed of simple HTTP GET requests. Data is returned to the client in either XML or JSON formats. POPSUGAR ShopSense is a service that pays you for sending traffic to online retailers. ShopStyle Collective is a global monetization and media platform for fashion and lifestyle influencers.
Online retail often neglects customer service. Vivocha supplies all the good tools, like live chat and the ability of the customer service rep to see what you are looking at on your screen (with your permission). Beyond that, there are a host of other tools that the customers never see but are critical boosters of productivity, like click to call. The Vivocha API is out to up the customer service game for every business. Its REST API offers access to most of its multichannel features. It joins 43 customer service APIs in our directory.
The database that tried to be everything to everyone is being replaced by more specific tools. The Google Base API, launched in 2005, has been deprecated. In its place, Google suggests using its new Google Shopping Search API for finding products and Shopping Content API for merchants to add products. The new APIs will help Google focus on the most common uses of Google Base. However, the change means that developers will have to update code and that some non-shopping applications will be left without a replacement.