Archive: Dec 2012

News

IPP Platform Status

This week we are  launching a new blog site http://ippblog.intuit.com/platformstatus/ as a way to keep IPP Developers updated about issues with the platform's status that may affect Intuit App Center and/or applications that leverage IPP's services. The broad categories of services that we'll update via this blog are: Intuit App Center Intuit Data Services (specifically, QuickBooks data APIs) Intuit Synch Manager (this only applies to QuickBooks for Windows) Intuit Identity Services (OAuth, SAML) Other Dependent Services… Read more

 December 18, 2012 | admin

Financial Data APIs

IPP Customer Account Data API one step closer to Prime Time

On December 19th, the Intuit Partner Platform (IPP) will be releasing the IPP Customer Account Data API to over 60 third party developers in a broader Limited Availability wave, moving one step closer to a public offering in the data aggregation and categorization market.
 
 Why are we doing this?
 
Intuit has been using this in-house aggregation and categorization engine in products like Quicken, QuickBooks, and Mint.com for a number of years.  Additionally, Intuit has sold the access to this functionality… Read more

 December 10, 2012 | admin

News

IPP Forum Topics moving to StackOverflow

Hey folks We want to give you a heads-up that we are planning on switching from our current developer forums to StackOverflow for all IPP related topics starting December 18. We are doing this as part of a broader set of activities to dramatically improve the end-to end-experience for developers on IPP. We've received much feedback over this past year about our forums and many of you specifically suggested StackOverflow which we recognize… Read more

 December 4, 2012 | admin