Category: Developer Tools

  • QuickBooks Desktop 2022: What you need to know

    For 2022, QuickBooks® Desktop has modernized its platform to provide enhanced computing power (64-bit compatibility) that maximizes QuickBooks’ performance and stability through improved use of the 64-bit processors found on most computers. Customers get peace of mind by using a QuickBooks that meets modern operating system standards. Customers maintain seamless third-party integrations by using developer […]

  • New! Responding to App reviews in the developer portal

    With our goal to help developers succeed on our platform, we recently launched an ability to respond to customer reviews for your App, directly from the developer portal. Previously, if you had published an App on Intuit’s App store, you had to log in to the App store to reply to customer reviews for your […]

  • We're refreshing our app assessment process

    We are updating platform requirements for apps on our platform. As part of this update, all apps that intend to access production data will go through Intuit’s security, tech and platform assessment processes. Starting November 2021, all new apps or apps that are in the development phase will be required to complete the assessment process […]

  • What does AI mean for software development tools?

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is constantly evolving. Developers are now using AI to automatically generate software code, autonomously detect code errors, and convert code from one programming language to another. Each of these AI-powered solutions brings a number of developer benefits. They also bring some potential pitfalls. Let’s take a high-level look at these different AI […]

  • Is an open source app builder right for you?

    In today’s world, you would be hard pressed to find a person who doesn’t use an app (or two or three) in their daily life. Statista reports there were 218 billion mobile app downloads worldwide in 2020 (compared to 140.7 billion in 2016). The app market is obviously booming, and companies and developers want to […]

  • What does 5G mean for app development?

    In December 2020, we asked the Intuit® Developer community what they saw as the biggest tech advancements of 2020. The majority of respondents voted for 5G over the adoption of AI, serverless computing, and distributed cloud. This makes sense, considering 5G technology is already impacting developers and how they approach app development. 5G and app […]

  • Detailed app review status on Developer Portal

    For those of you who have been publishing to our app store or intending to, we have refreshed our UI to provide more insight and transparency into the status of your app review. These changes can be seen in the Dashboard page, as well as the List on App store page (please refer to screenshots […]

  • Accessibility in logos: Design with accessibility in mind

    If you were to guess how many people around the world have some form of vision impairment, what would you say? Two billion puts you close … but not quite there. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), at least 2.2 billion people have a near or distance vision impairment. Knowing that billions of people […]

  • Is your company prioritizing accessibility in its product releases?

    To what degree does your company emphasize accessibility in its product releases? That’s the question we asked the Intuit® Developer community in our Twitter poll for May, and we were excited to see that 32.2% of our 1,183 respondents put accessible web design first. Interestingly, “We don’t emphasize it” came in second with 25.9% and […]

  • Where do you go for resources you trust?

    Intuit® developers, how often do you check out Reddit for developer resources? If it’s a daily habit, you’re not alone. As of Jan. 2020, Reddit reports it has more than 52 million daily active users, over 100,000 communities, and upwards of 50 billion monthly views. We’re not surprised at these numbers. Our most recent Twitter […]