The TwoTap NodeJS Sample Code by TwoTap presents API interaction to access eCommerce features. It contains a basic example of integrating Two Tap on a desktop website. It uses NodeJS language as the backend server.
Google announced earlier this month its plans to shutter Google+, its failed social network, after a second security breach exposed the data of millions. Along with the social network, Google plans to shut down the Google+ APIs on March 7, 2019. However, some APIs may stop working even sooner.
There's always been a little annoyance on the end of affiliate APIs, those that pay developers money for referring buyers. In exchange for a potential sale, developers have to send their users to the company's site to complete the transaction. In the future, many of those purchasers will be able to remain using the developer's application for the length of the sale. We're a step closer to that future with a new release from API management company Mashery (a ProgrammableWeb sponsor). Mashery customers can now process transactions through their APIs, which means the potential for applications with lower barriers between a customer and a sale. And yes, that little annoyance at the end of affiliate APIs could be going away.
Lemon, mobile wallet app, announced the Lemon API as one component of the Lemonade Platform.Prior to API integration, Lemon users were required to snap photos of their receipts and cards to incorporate the data into the mobile wallet app.