The Python SDK for AfterShip enables developers to integrate their web or mobile applications with the AfterShip service, to request information on shipment for their users. This SDK lets developers create, modify, and delete shipment trackings using different API calls. A number of different couriers are supported by the AfterShip service.
Dataplug is for businesses that ship using multiple carriers and need to manage which orders should be shipped via which carrier. The legacy solution of course is manual entry: sort the orders according to carrier and then enter them into the different carrier websites. Beyond costing time and money, it creates a customer service nightmare when a customer wants to track a package. "Which carrier did we send that on, again," the operator might be wondering. Dataplug finesses all that, right down to the tracking, done all in one place--and customers can go to your site and track packages themselves.
The Saia API helps this first class less-than-a-truckload (LTL) carrier deliver by giving developers access to tracking information inside their applications. Rate quotes and pick up scheduling are also accessible. The API uses SOAP and XML, and is implemented using Microsoft's .NET Framework.