# The REST API of BeezUP system ## Overview The REST APIs provide programmatic access to read and write BeezUP data. Basically, with this API you will be able to do everything like you were with your browser on https://go.beezup.com ! The main features are: - Register and manage your account - Create and manage and share your stores with your friends/co-workers. - Import your product catalog and schedule the auto importation - Search the channels your want to use - Configure your channels for your catalogs to export your product information: - cost and general settings - category and columns mappings - your will be able to create and manage your custom column - put in place exlusion filters based on simple conditions on your product data - override product values - get product vision for a channel catalog scope - Analyze and optimize your performance of your catalogs on all yours channels with different type of reportings by day, channel, category and by product. - Automatize your optimisation by using rules! - And of course... Manage your orders harvested from all your marketplaces: - Synchronize your orders in an uniformized way - Get the available actions and update the order status - ...and more! ## Authentication credentials The public API with the base path **/v2/public** have been put in place to give you an entry point to our system for the user registration, login and lost password. The public API does not require any credentials. We give you the some public list of values and public channels for our public commercial web site [www.beezup.com](http://www.beezup.com). The user API with the base path **/v2/user** requires a token which is available on this page: https://go.beezup.com/Account/MyAccount ## Things to keep in mind ### API Rate Limits - The BeezUP REST API is limited to 100 calls/minute. ### Media type The default media type for requests and responses is application/json. Where noted, some operations support other content types. If no additional content type is mentioned for a specific operation, then the media type is application/json. ### Required content type The required and default encoding for the request and responses is UTF8. ### Required date time format All our date time are formatted in ISO 8601 format: 2014-06-24T16:25:00Z. ### Base URL The Base URL of the BeezUP API Order Management REST API conforms to the following template. https://api.beezup.com All URLs returned by the BeezUP API are relative to this base URL, and all requests to the REST API must use this base URL template. You can test our API on https://api-docs.beezup.com/swagger-ui\ You can contact us on [gitter, #BeezUP/API](https://gitter.im/BeezUP/API)
Documentation of the Billbee REST API to connect a Billbee account to external aplications. ## Endpoint The Billbee API endpoint base url is https://app.billbee.io/api/v1 ## Activation You have to enable the API in the settings of your Billbee account. In addition you need a Billbee API Key identifying the application you develop. To get an API key, send a mail to email@example.com and send us a short note about what you are building. ## Authorization & security Because you can access private data with the Billbee API, every request has to be sent over https and must * Contain a valid API Key identifying the application/developer. It has to be sent as the HTTP header X-Billbee-Api-Key * Contain a valid user login with billbee username and api password in form of a basic auth HTTP header ## Throttling Each endpoint has a throttle of max 2 requests per second per combination of API Key and Billbee user. When you exceed these 2 calls, the API will return a HTTP 429 status code
Allows sellers to: 1) Load products definitions to the BrandLovers marktplace. 2) Receive and update orders status. 3) Receive and update shipping information. 4) Receive and update customer tickets. All requests consume and return application/json content. All request must be authenticated and use HTTPS.
The Browse API has the following resources: item_summary: Lets shoppers search for specific items by keyword, GTIN, category, charity, product, or item aspects and refine the results by using filters. (Experimental) search_by_image: Lets shoppers search for specific items by image. You can refine the results by using URI parameters and filters. item: Lets you retrieve the details of a specific item or all the items in an item group, which is an item with variations such as color and size. Lets you check if a product is compatible with the specified item, such as if a specific car is compatible with a specific part. Provides a bridge between the eBay legacy APIs, such as Trading and Finding, and the RESTful APIs, such as Browse, which use different formats for the item IDs enabling you to retrieve the details of the item and the RESTful item ID using a legacy item ID. (Experimental) shopping_cart: Provides the ability for eBay members to see the contents of their eBay cart, and add, remove, and change the quantity of items in their eBay cart. Note: This resource is not available in the eBay API Explorer. The item_summary, search_by_image, and item resource calls require an Application access token. The shopping_cart resource calls require a User access token.
The Feed API provides the ability to download TSV_GZIP feed files containing eBay items and an hourly snapshot file of the items that have changed within an hour for a specific category, date and marketplace. In addition to the API, there is an open source Feed SDK written in Java that downloads, combines files into a single file when needed, and unzips the entire feed file. It also lets you specify field filters to curate the items in the file.
Use the Taxonomy API to discover the most appropriate eBay categories under which sellers can offer inventory items for sale, and the most likely categories under which buyers can browse or search for items to purchase. In addition, the Taxonomy API provides information about the required and recommended category aspects to include in listings, and also has two operations to retrieve parts compatibility information.