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November 1, 2015 | admin

New Referral App Listings for the QuickBooks App Store, Apps.com

We're excited to share that the QuickBooks App Store, apps.com, now accepts apps of all shapes, flavors, and sizes. Have a mobile app that integrates with QBO? Perhaps a PC or Mac-based app? Apps.com now supports listing non-SaaS apps using a new "Learn More" listing in addition to our traditional "Get App Now" listing... Read more

October 28, 2015 | Lisa Rathjens

Still thinking of hackathon ideas?

The QuickBooks Connect hackathon is just around the corner, but there's still time to learn more about the problems QuickBooks Online users are facing and what developers can do to help. We recently hosted a couple Friday Hangouts where we asked accountants to share their largest pain points that they and their customers face every day... Read more

October 23, 2015 | Peter Vogel

Item hierarchies using categories coming in QuickBooks

By now you've probably heard about the changes coming to QuickBooks Products & Services list -- and available today for you to preview and experiment with in developer sandboxes. Given what I've heard from developers integrating with the QuickBooks Item resource over the past couple of years, for the most part, these changes should be a cause for celebration, as it should make it much easier for you to integrate your category/subcategory/product hierarchies with ours now... Read more

October 21, 2015 | admin

What Developers Should Know About QuickBooks Desktop 2016 and the SDK

QuickBooks Desktop 2016 is now available! This new version offers bill tracking, improved reporting capabilities, and better form management. Developers can continue to use the existing QBXML SDK v13.0 to integrate their applications with QuickBooks Desktop 2016. NFR licenses are now available for purchase as well... Read more

October 14, 2015 | admin

Changes in item hierarchy for QuickBooks Online

QuickBooks Online is changing the way it handles item hierarchy. This change will be mostly invisible to end-users; however, it is important that developers understand the changes, especially if their application reads, updates, or creates items in an hierarchy inside the QuickBooks Online APIs... Read more