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July 27, 2017 | Jimmy Wong

What are Batch Operations and Why They are Important to You

Hey Devs, Did you know that QuickBooks Online has batch operations? Instead of sending requests to the QuickBooks API one at a time, requiring you to make a request and then wait for a response, Batch operations provides a way to perform batches of operations on multiple services. For example, in a single batch request an application can create a customer, update an invoice, and read an account... Read more

June 21, 2017 | Priya Vijayakumar

Intuit is updating its OpenID IP addresses

Apps use IP whitelisting to ensure that they are communicating with Intuit securely. If your app uses IP whitelisting please note that the Intuit OpenID IP addresses are changing soon and you would need to update your systems to add the new IP addresses... Read more

June 21, 2017 | Nimisha Shrivastava

Reimburse charge support with QuickBooks Online API

We have had requests from multiple developers to expose details of ReimburseCharge (also known as Expense Charge or Billable Expense) linked transactions for Invoice objects. Our teams worked diligently on understanding the underlying data requirements and have provided read support for all details related to ReimburseCharge for Invoice objects starting with minorversion=9 or greater... Read more

June 2, 2017 | Jimmy Wong

A Node.js QuickBooks Inventory Tracking Sample App

We're happy to announce a Node.js QuickBooks Inventory Tracking Sample App has been published in the Intuit Developer Github repo! This app is a showcase of how easy it is to create a meaningful flow which you can piece together to create your very own QuickBooks Online Application!.. Read more