David Terence Sadler created the eBay SDK with the main goal to develop with the API in PHP projects. Services that users can find valuable include finding, trading, and shopping. To start, developers need to install the SDK via composer. Features encompass compatibility with PHP 5.3.9 or greater, easiness to install with composer, and compliance with PSR-0, PSR-1 and PSR-2. David offers user guides, SDK versions, sample project, support with Google Group, and contact via Twitter @devbaydotnet
Celery, flexible ecommerce solution provider, allows users to accept pre-orders without charging the customer until the product is ready to ship. On the flip side, customers also have the capability to pre-pay for goods and services. In addition to flexible payment options, Celery allows developers to integrate its functionality with third party apps and workflows via the Celery API.
iDreamBooks, book review aggregator, deems itself the "rottentomatoes.com for books." iDreamBooks searches reviews across media outlets and compiles the data to a single, comprehensive repository of review. iDreamBooks offers developers access to the reviews through the iDreamBooks API.
Warranty Life launched for a single purpose:
"[develop] an easy-to-use system that takes the filing, searching and frustration out of keeping track of product warranties."
In its short existence, Warranty Life seems have to achieved its goal by improving warranty attachment rate to sales by 60% and its innovative system is now in use by hundreds of retailers across the US. Warranty Life wants to extend its reach and its value proposition by offering the Warranty API that can integrate with third party applications and websites.