The Whiplash Ruby SDK allows developers to access and integrate the Whiplash functionality with other applications through Ruby. Whiplash is an order management system that stores and ships eCommerce products for online merchants.
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.
The Saia API helps this first class less-than-a-truckload (LTL) carrier deliver by giving developers access to tracking information inside their applications. Rate quotes and pick up scheduling are also accessible. The API uses SOAP and XML, and is implemented using Microsoft's .NET Framework.
Digitalfolio's API connects retailers up to its rapidly expanding comparison shopping site, currently focused on appliances and electronics, and more recently toys. With seven of the largest retailers on board, including Sears, Amazon, Walmart and Target, Digitalfolio is rapidly becoming a site retailers need to have their wares on.