With the official Chargify Python SDK authored by Steven Wei, developers can interact with features such as resources, subscriptions, and customers. With Python development in mind, the API calls and returns data in JSON and XML formats. For a full list of examples of supported API calls, see the test cases available on GitHub.
eThor, a Point Of Sale (POS) integration platform that allows customers to connect their online ordering experience with their POS systems is now making the eThor API available to developers. This industry unique solution allows developers to plug directly into the platform without having to worry about the POS integration. With the API, innovative mobile application companies will have greater access to real-time data from their offline POS systems and their barrier of entry is lower than ever before.
Shopify introduced versioning in April of 2019. Its goal was to improve stability and predictability across its API portfolio. Its versioning strategy applies across Shopify's entire API offering. COVID-19 pressure caused Shopify to push back its April 2020 deprecations to July.
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.