The API2Cart Ruby SDK offers an integrated shopping cart system that connects more than 35 supported platforms. Developers can integrate eCommerce applications while avoiding the need to maintain different connections. API2Cart supports order and inventory management, price optimization, dropshipping automation, and product catalogs.
Attending a Twitter Chat is akin to attending an online cocktail party. It happens when a lot of people, all using the same hashtags, Tweet on the same topic. The chats happen at a scheduled time and often repeat every week or biweekly. The events have become a popular tool for social media managers wanting to build their brand.
How would you like to work with an API supported by international law? The Biosafety Clearing-House is an international organization which facilitates the exchange of information on genetically modified organisms (GMOs). It was created as the result of a treaty called the Categena Protocol on Biosafety. Mechanisms for discussion and approval of the transport of GMOs across international borders are laid down in that treaty. Part of the way in which the clearing house fulfills its mission is through its Biosafety Clearing-House API.
Of the many APIs we published this week, twelve were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those twelve, which included Google's many newly released APIs. Included in Googles recent releases are the Content Experiments, Cloud SQL API, CalDAV, and the CardDAV APIs. To give a background on each, the CalDAV API allows developers to manage their calendar, the CardDAV to manage contacts, the Content Experiments allowing for Google Analytics to be used for A/B testing, and finally the Cloud SQL API to perform certain tasks for MySQL database. To learn more about these APIs, visit the Google page as well as the Google API blog post.