Introducing the TSheets C# .NET Standard SDK
The TSheets team at Intuit has been hard at work building new tools for rapid onboarding to our open REST API. This week, we’re excited to announce our first ever software development kit (SDK) for .NET Standard. This new library will enable C# developers on all platforms to more quickly build time tracking integrations that […]
New PHP Payments SDK is now available
In the past few months, we have received numerous requests for providing a PHP Payments SDK that can make integrating with QuickBooks Online Payments API easier. After carefully examining common use cases and applying industry best practices, the PHP Payments SDK is now available to all PHP developers! The PHP Payments SDK is designed to […]
Java Payments SDK is here
Here at Intuit we constantly strive to make it easier for you to use our APIs and onboard to our platform quickly. One feedback we have received in the past is to add support for Payments API in the Intuit SDK. We are pleased to announce that we now have support for Payments API in the latest version of Java SDK (version 5.0.0 or upwards).
Implement OAuth 2.0 / OpenID Connect using a sample application in just a few minutes
Did you know you can implement the OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect workflows in just a few minutes? Yes, that’s right, you can master the authorization workflows in just under 15 minutes.
OAuth 2.0 Integration Tips: Be Careful When Entering Your Redirect URI
Hey Devs, As a follow up to my most recent article, OAuth 2.0 Support in the QuickBooks NodeJS SDK Explained, I thought I would highlight a couple of odd errors I ran into, which caused me to spin cycles trying to figure out what went wrong. It turned out that both were caused by a really simple mistake that a lot of folks would normally overlook. In the endeavor to save you guys time, I’d like to point it out to you.
OAuth 2.0 Support in the QuickBooks NodeJS SDK Explained
In this article we will take a look at the OAuth 2.0 support built into the NodeJS QuickBooks SDK and steps for how to test your OAuth 2.0 implementation.
NodeJS: Interactive Debugging QuickBooks Online
If any of you have spent significant time in software development, you’ll know that the best way to know what’s going on with code is to make use of a line by line debugger. A line by line debugger allows you to pause code execution in your application in order to:
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.
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.
Intuit is updating its OpenID IP addresses
Apps use IP whitelisting to ensure that they are communicating with Intuit securely. If your app uses IP whitelisting please note that the Intuit OpenID IP addresses are changing soon and you would need to update your systems to add the new IP addresses.