Archive: Feb 2014

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QuickBooks OAuth – PHP Example

I put together a new code example that you can run in less than 5 min. You don’t need to worry about dependencies, libraries or SDKs. I have that all taken care of. Go run the QuickBooks OAuth example here Your feedback is very important with this new type of sample code. Do you like the runnable.com format? Would you like to see more of these examples or… Read more

 February 25, 2014 | admin

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The Small Business Web Summit 2014 – See you there!

Next week, February 20-21, some members of the IPP team will be attending The Small Business Web Summit 2014 in San Jose, CA. Please come meet fellow Developer Evangelist Pearce, the new Director of IPP Developer Relations Lori Fraleigh, and the VP/GM of IPP Avi Golan. Still need more reasons to attend The Small Business Web Summit 2014?… Read more

 February 14, 2014 | David Leary

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IPP Changes This Week

This week, IPP is doing a release as part of its standard server maintenance / release process.   There are two items which are developer facing: 1.  Due to pricing changes related to the QuickBooks Desktop API (not the QuickBooks SDK or the QuickBooks Online API), all developers will be asked to accept the updated IPP terms of service when they log in.  Only Section 2.1 of Exhibit A of the TOS has been updated. 2.  There are now additional settings in your IPP… Read more

 February 13, 2014 | admin

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QuickBooks Online “harmony” pay employees issue

Just wanted to give you a heads up on an issue that you may possibly encounter with some of your customers. You can read more about the details of this issue here: KB 2001703 Summary: If a QuickBooks Online “harmony” user creates time activities, the time data will not flow to the “Run Payroll” workflow. What this means to you: If your app creates time entries via the API, the time entries will post to QuickBooks Online “harmony”… Read more

 February 13, 2014 | David Leary

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QuickBooks Desktop API – Pricing Changes

Last November Alex Chriss announced the new pricing structure for the QuickBooks Online (QBO) API and the next iteration of the Intuit Partner Platform (IPP). He also introduced me (Avi Golan) as the new leader of IPP.  I am working hard to learn about the benefits, challenges and goals of IPP developers so I can lead IPP to a period of exciting innovation for developers across the world.  Today I am pleased to announce the final details on the… Read more

 February 10, 2014 | Avi Golan