This Help Scout SDK is a Ruby Wrapper for the Help Scout Docs API. It is limited Help Scout Docs API integration that provides functionality for extracting existing documentation content. The Help Scout Docs API provides a way to read and write data to your Docs sites. It returns one of three envelopes depending upon the request issued: Single Item Envelope, Collections Envelope or Error Envelope. It allows developers to programmatically read and write data hosted with Help Scout. Help Scout is a web-based customer service solution that appears to be regular email, without any visible ticket numbers or log-in requirements.
The LemonStand API provides the ability to integrate its ecommerce tools into almost any website, and is aimed at the midsize merchant market. Built with Php, MySQL and Ajax, it is completely customizable using HTML and CSS. Updates are achieved through a single click. Lemonstand promises an upcoming App store for third party wares.
PostalMethods is a service that frees businesses from needing their own staff to mail out invoices, confirmations, and other messages via printed postal mail. The service is available using standard email software, but PostalMethods also offers an API that enables businesses to integrate their postal mailing service directly into automated business processes.
In an age of RESTful APIs SnapLogic is calling for a new integration playbooks that has been specifically designed for cloud computing environments. The company today unveiled a SnapLogic Integration Cloud that consists of over 160 pre-built connectors that leverage RESTful APIs in the cloud. As a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environment capable of being deployed on a public or private clouds, Maneesh Joshi, director of product marketing for SnapLogic, says a new era of integration driven by APIs is making it cost effective for SnapLogic to pre-build connectors that can be now much more simply deployed on a multitenant version of the company’s Snaplex middleware platform.