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September 3, 2015 | Vishal Aggarwal

New "Connect to QuickBooks" and "Sign in with Intuit" Buttons

We are happy to announce the availability of new images for the “Connect to QuickBooks” and “Sign in with Intuit” buttons.
The new images come in different sizes and colors that you can choose depending on your app’s user experience.

Connect to QuickBooks

The “Connect to QuickBooks” (C2QB) button images comes in three different sizes (small, medium, large) and two colors (white and green). You choose the image that best suits your user experience.
C2QBbuttons
You can download the new graphics here.
To incorporate the new graphics, follow these steps:

  • Include the Intuit Anywhere Javascript.
  • Implement the setup function. ( intuit.ipp.anywhere.setup() )
  • Implement the base and hover state for the buttons using the graphics provided.
  • Implement the click function for the button and call onConnectToIntuitClicked function.(intuit.ipp.anywhere.controller.onConnectToIntuitClicked() )

You can find the complete detailed instruction here.
Note that you can still continue to use the <ipp:connectToIntuit> tag and no changes will be required from your side. However, the tag still renders the old image. We will update the tag sometime in future to render the new graphics.

Sign in with Intuit

The “Sign in with Intuit” (SIWI) button images comes in three different size (small, medium, large) and two colors (white and blue). You can choose the image that best suits your user experience.
SiWiButton
You can download the new graphics here.
To incorporate the new graphics, follow these steps:

  • Include the Intuit Anywhere Javascript.
  • Implement the base and hover state for the buttons using the graphics provided.
  • Implement your own on-click method to invoke the destination URL that sends the authentication request.
  • Implement the click function to invoke the destination URL that sends the authentication request.

You can find the complete detailed instruction here.
Note that you can still continue to use the <ipp:login> tag and no changes will be required from your side. However, the tag still renders the old image.We will update the tag sometime in future to render the new graphics.
Have questions or comments? Share them in our developer forums.
Vishal Aggarwal
Senior Product Manager, Intuit Developer Group
 

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