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Picture of Udit Kulshrestha by Udit Kulshrestha - 7 years ago (2015-06-06)

Connect my web site with Shopping.com API

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I have to to implement the API into my web site.

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  • 8. Picture of Dave Smith by Dave Smith - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) Reply

    Aren't we just talking about a wrapper for the ebay commerce network api which allows publishers to generate income from referrals to merchants?

    Does not look like it is anything too complicated, a REST request using an api key for authentication and a tracking id for referral tracking. Results are returned in JSON and you only need error, category and product objects.

    If it becomes unclear if someone is going to do it, I'll consider it.

    • 11. Picture of Udit Kulshrestha by Udit Kulshrestha - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) in reply to comment 8 by Dave Smith Comment

      Hi Dave,

      True, very true. I was thinking to create a wrapper for my client, so that I don't get mad searching for functions...

      Well, a wrapper of as many functions as I need right now, and then we can definitely extend the class (wrapper) ...

      Am I right , when I call it a class?

    • 12. Picture of Dave Smith by Dave Smith - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) in reply to comment 11 by Udit Kulshrestha Comment

      This API supports several different requests to endpoints which return the requested information. In this case, you can get XML or JSON and I personally think JSON is much easier to work with than XML.

      At any rate, a wrapper is mainly a way to generate these requests using a uniform approach. The class is a collection of methods (functions) that will process the uniform request into the REST request the API is expecting and then take the data returned and format in a way an application can process it.

    • 13. Picture of Udit Kulshrestha by Udit Kulshrestha - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) in reply to comment 12 by Dave Smith Comment

      Definitely yes, That helps me to understand better. Thank you Dave

  • 2. Picture of Nemeth Zoltan by Nemeth Zoltan - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) Reply

    Hi!

    It would have many package to shapping.com API:

    e2interactive > api3 clicsell > script-shopping-v3.html

    Which would you have to implement?

    Regards, Zoltan

    • 3. Picture of Udit Kulshrestha by Udit Kulshrestha - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) in reply to comment 2 by Nemeth Zoltan Comment

      Hello @Nemeth, I may be Dumb, but was not able to find any package related to e2interactive.

      It would be wonderful, if we may have the URL

    • 7. Picture of Nemeth Zoltan by Nemeth Zoltan - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) in reply to comment 3 by Udit Kulshrestha Comment

      Hello Udit,

      The URL's is the following:

      www.e2interactive.com/api3/

      en.clicsell.com/script-shopping-v3.html

    • 10. Picture of Udit Kulshrestha by Udit Kulshrestha - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) in reply to comment 7 by Nemeth Zoltan Comment

      www.e2interactive.com/api3/

      I see the API for $29

  • 1. Picture of Manuel Lemos by Manuel Lemos - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) Reply

    I don't think there is a specific class for that API currently here. Maybe somebody can develop one class for that purpose.

    • 4. Picture of Udit Kulshrestha by Udit Kulshrestha - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) in reply to comment 1 by Manuel Lemos Comment

      I will pick up the task in that case.

    • 5. Picture of Udit Kulshrestha by Udit Kulshrestha - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) in reply to comment 1 by Manuel Lemos Comment

      Hello, Are you picking up to BUILD the API. Well, I will try to code a class and then might be post it here ?

      But unlike you, I am not that NINJA !

    • 6. Picture of Manuel Lemos by Manuel Lemos - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) in reply to comment 4 by Udit Kulshrestha Comment

      If you develop a class for that, you may as well submit it back to PHP Classes, so others can reuse it.

    • 9. Picture of Udit Kulshrestha by Udit Kulshrestha - 7 years ago (2015-06-08) in reply to comment 6 by Manuel Lemos Comment

      Definitely yes, I will try to build a class which can be reused and improved over a period of time.

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