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.
Fwix, the local information provider, has released its Fwix Location API at this week's Where 2.0 conference. But the company isn't looking to become just another source of location data in developers' toolboxes. Fwix founder Darian Shirazi explained to us that he hopes to "establish [Fwix] as the underlying platform for geodata" by providing rich, high-quality place information that meets a broad range of developer needs.
Facebook has announced the release of the Facebook SDK 3.0 Beta for Android and the launch of the new Android Developer Center. This latest release of the SDK for Android is what Facebook is calling the "biggest overhaul of our Android SDK so far."
If you are looking to display social networking statistics on your site, Shared Count just showed up with about the simplest tool you could ask for. Given a URL, the Shared Count API will contact the APIs of Facebook, Twitter, Google Buzz, Digg, Delicious, and StumbleUpon to retrieve their statistics.