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September 7, 2017 | admin

A deep dive into the PHP SDK and Recent Updates

Intuit Software Engineer, Hao Lu, recently gave a complete demo of the PHP SDK. I highly recommend that you check it out if you are interested in developing an app integration with QuickBooks Online and are a PHP developer—watch it here. In addition to the video, some of the most recent major changes for the PHP SDK are highlighted below... Read more

August 23, 2017 | admin

Part 3: NodeJS Inventory Tracking Sample App

We're back again with part 3 of the NodeJS Inventory Tracking Sample App. In this addition, we've included a reporting call and displayed it using plot.ly. Built on top of d3.js and stack.gl, plotly.js is a high-level, declarative charting library. Plotly.js ships with 20 chart types, including 3D charts, statistical graphs, and SVG maps... Read more

August 4, 2017 | admin

Obtaining, Tracking and Responding to Reviews of Your App

We know that our customers rely on a wide range of resources when they consider connecting a new app to their QuickBooks. However, one that continues to remain top of mind is App Reviews. Here are three tips for being proactive, informed, and engaged with reviews on your app... Read more

August 4, 2017 | admin

Minor Versions: What are they and why they matter to you

At Intuit, we're constantly improving our products including the QuickBooks Online API. This means we need to be able to introduce incremental changes to the API without breaking your app. Minor versions provides a way to do just that. Now, let's look at how it works, so you can take advantage of new features today!.. Read more

August 3, 2017 | admin

App Cards Update

Intuit Developer is excited to launch a new and improved way to fill out your QuickBooks App Store app cards. We’ve simplified the process, and the new changes will make sure that your apps are properly marketed to the customers who want them... Read more

August 1, 2017 | admin

Keep Your QuickBooks App Card Shiny, Part 2

Last month, I shared several tips for keeping your app card up to date as well as some best practices for responding to reviews. This month, we’re going back to the basics: communicating what your app does and how it will improve the life of a small business... Read more

July 27, 2017 | admin

What are Batch Operations and Why They are Important to You

Did you know that QuickBooks Online has batch operations? Instead of sending requests to the QuickBooks API one at a time, requiring you to make a request and then wait for a response, Batch operations provides a way to perform batches of operations on multiple services. For example, in a single batch request an application can create a customer, update an invoice, and read an account... Read more

July 24, 2017 | admin

Design 4 Delight: How to make your app stand out in the Intuit App Store

At Intuit we use design thinking to deeply understand our customers and solve their problems through our design principles: Design 4 Delight and Customer Driven Innovation. These simple principles that help us solve customer problems in delightful ways are equally accessible to you. In order to help developers continue their success and offer integrations that customers love, we’ve created a list of ways that will continue to delight those who use your current products or ones you plan to build... Read more

July 12, 2017 | admin

Part 2: NodeJS Sample Application for Inventory Tracking

In part one, we created a basic Node.js application for inventory tracking that includes routes for Invoice, and Item creation. In this part, we’ve added routes for adding a customer, creating a sales receipt and creating a payment. These can be found in the file routes.js. The routes are as follows: Adding a customer: ‘/createCustomer’ Creating a sales receipt: ‘/createSalesReceipt’ Creating a payment: ‘/createPayment’.. Read more