Archive: Mar 2016

News

The Intuit Developer team is hiring!

Are you passionate about creating tech solutions to help small business owners and accountants save time and money? The Intuit Developer group is looking for creative problem solvers with a passion for innovation to join our team and revolutionize the way the world does business. ... Read more

 March 30, 2016 | Lisa Rathjens

Technical Tips

New Developer Guide: Class Tracking

Check out the new developer guide on class tracking, just released to production! This topic unlocks the secrets of using classes to classify transactions according to different business segments. The focus is on using the QuickBooks API, but also showcases how the API relates to the QuickBooks GUI in various stages of configuring and using class tracking. ... Read more

 March 23, 2016 | Patty Hair

QuickBooks App Store

Understanding the Technical Review to get your App published on Apps.com

You've got your app built, tested, and vetted with customers. You know you've got a great solution that accountants and small business owners will love! But how do you get it in front of those customers so they can find it when they need it? Your next step is to publish your app on the QuickBooks App Store at Apps.com (which also puts your app in the Apps tab within QuickBooks Online itself). ... Read more

 March 22, 2016 | Lisa Rathjens

Lifestyle

8 Tips For Tech Detox Success

For many of us, we are always 100% connected, plugged in, or focused on some sort of technology based input. This is not healthy. Tech detoxes are becoming the thing to do, so I recently tried one myself. Here are my tips on how to have a successful tech detox: ... Read more

 March 21, 2016 | David Leary

Financial Data APIs / News

Intuit Financial Data APIs (CAD) Update

Financial data aggregation is important to Intuit products and third-party applications alike. However, as Intuit hones our focus on our core products, we have recognized that providing aggregation to 3rd -party developers no longer fits with our core growth strategy. So that we can prioritize support for developer contributions that directly enhance the QuickBooks platform, we have decided to discontinue the Financial Data APIs (formerly known as CAD). ... Read more

 March 15, 2016 | Emily Silberstein