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July 8, 2019 | Anil Kumar

New My Apps Experience

Thousands of apps integrate seamlessly with QuickBooks API in order to solve for small businesses and accountants needs. Keeping that goal in mind, we have simplified the app creation and publishing process so that you can concentrate on creating apps that add everyday value to power prosperity for small businesses... Read more

January 21, 2019 | Diana De Rose

10 Sandboxes Now Available for Intuit Developers!

Building an app using QuickBooks Online API that supports multiple countries often requires you to test your app integration against multiple sandbox companies in different locales. In the past, we provided you with the ability to create 5 sandboxes within your developer account. We are pleased to announce that we have now increased the number of sandboxes to 10 per developer account. These sandboxes can be created in any of the 6 locales (US, CA, UK, AU, IN, FR) that we currently support and come with test data pre-populated into them for easier use... Read more

January 18, 2019 | Hao Lu

New OAuth 2.0 Ruby Client

We are pleased to introduce a new OAuth2.0 Ruby Client that will make it easier for Ruby developers to integrate their app with QuickBooks Online APIs. With the help of this client, developers can create their OAuth Access Token within minutes... Read more

May 11, 2018 | Anil Kumar

Automated Sales Tax – FAQ

Sales tax is getting easier! Through the new Automated Sales Tax (AST) experience, you just need to answer few simple questions and QuickBooks Online will know what taxes apply to your business, set them up, and automatically track your sales taxes... Read more

March 28, 2018 | Diana De Rose

Automated Sales Tax in the QuickBooks Online API – Update

In an upcoming version of the Quickbooks Online API, the US sales tax business logic is changed for sales transaction lines that do not contain a TaxCodeRef. With this change, when a sales transaction line does not explicitly specify a TaxCodeRef, we will be treating that line as if the TaxCodeRef is TAX and we will determine the taxability of that line based on the item’s taxability. This is different from the current behavior in which an empty TaxCodeRef is considered to be equivalent to a NON TaxCodeRef... Read more