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April 25, 2016 | Manas Mukherjee

Quick start to QuickBooks Online REST API with OAuth1.0

As a Developer Relations Engineer, I have the opportunity to interact with talented developers every day. Whether they want to write code to better visualize financial data or to automate customer-facing email campaigns, they have one thing in common: the need for rapid integration. A common roadblock developers often encounter is authenticating API Calls to QuickBooks Online... Read more

March 3, 2015 | David Leary

Top 20 Intuit Developer Questions

I get a lot of email from developers, almost too many to keep up with. In many cases, it is the same questions over and over again. In order to get you faster answers, and to help me get to #InBoxZero, I've compiled a list of the top 20 questions in my inbox... Read more

February 19, 2015 | Peter Vogel

OAuth for Intuit demystified

The OAuth protocol enables websites or applications (Consumers) to access Protected Resources from a web service (Service Provider) via an API, without requiring Users to disclose their Service Provider credentials to the Consumers. OAuth can be a complex phenomenon to understand especially when you have to open its guts for troubleshooting when issues arise... Read more

August 6, 2014 | admin

Guardians of the Upcoming Webinar

From the producers that brought you QuickBooks Oauth PHP Example and 10 New API Features that will change your life!.   Coming this summer;  a webinar so amazing it will blow your minds.  Featuring amazing PowerPoint transitions with exciting business speak including words….. Read more

February 25, 2014 | admin

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….. Read more

April 23, 2013 | David Leary

Guidance on managing your customer attrition and billing

We are sharing some guidance here to make sure you don’t incur unnecessary overhead fees when you have customer attrition. As a reminder, Intuit charges developers $5.00 per month for each Connect to QuickBooks (OAuth) connection made. You can read more details on that here. Customers can stop paying for a variety of reasons including:….. Read more