Travelport is a company that focuses on e-commerce for travel purposes either by land or air. Users can benefit from this SDK that is available by request to create applications and increase sales. Technical requirements include Message Envelope SOAP 1.1, Message Transfer HTTP 1.1, Encryption SSL 3.0, and Web Service Description Language WSDL 1.1, an XML-based interface definition language. See more of what the SDK can do for a travel project at https://developer.travelport.com/euf/assets/developer-network/pdfs/desktop_SDK_factsheet.pdf
One of the key rules of having any service online is the ability to measure everything. Metrics like number of users, requests, where the requests originate, most frequently requested data and many more play an important role in not only fine tuning your services but also give a good measure of what it is going to cost you to run your online business as you scale up. SMSMyBus, a mobile telephone application that lets you find real time bus arrivals for the Madison Metro (WI) has just completed a year of existence and has published a report exactly of that.