If you haven’t been hanging out in the BatchBook Developers Forum, you might not have heard about our recent API updates. We’ve overhauled the API to make it even easier for programmers to integrate their applications with BatchBook. Just as importantly, the documentation for the API. Check it out at http://developer.batchblue.com/.
BatchBook has had an API for some time now, but these updates really make it ready for prime time. While this news only directly affects programmers, we’ll all benefit from the resulting integrations between BatchBook and other awesome tools. A recent post on ProgrammableWeb extolled the business case for APIs, and we’ve been supporting the same ideas via the Small Business Web.
As usual, this update to BatchBook wouldn’t have been as good without the involvement of some of our awesome users. Several folks in the Developers Forum have been giving great feedback and helping other developers get started with the API. I’d like to especially recognize Andrew Flusche and guedalia, who have been contributing sample PHP code for other users to use freely. Thanks again, guys!
We’re really excited to see what great things you all will build with the BatchBook API. I hope to see you in the Developers Forum if you have any questions or just want to show off what you’re working on.