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From idea to ‘hello world’ in 3 minutes

March 27, 2015

Now it's even faster to integrate with e-conomic. Our new signup flow for developer agreements has cut down TTFHW (Time To First 'Hello World') from 48 hours to 3 minutes. Now, all you need to do is provide an app name and your email address. We will ...

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Written by Martin Lysholt Nielsen
Category: API

Closing SOAP access to Standard Journals that have International Ledger implemented.

March 16, 2015

Scope: In e-conomic we operate with two kinds of Ledgers. The Standard Journal (aka Cashbook) and the International Ledger (aka Voucher). Currently only Sweden and Spain have International Ledger implemented. Challenge: Previously it has been possible to access the Standard Journal through the SOAP API even though the Cashbook functionality is no longer supported ...

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Written by Ole Jessien
Category: API

Reflections on the HTTP PATCH method

October 11, 2013

JSON patch

We're currently implementing a REST API based on JSON for our Debitoor application. We're using the following HTTP methods: POST: Creates a new resource PUT:  Updates an existing resource, with the entire resource being overwritten by the PUT content DELETE: Deletes a resource GET: Retrieves a resource Since ...

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Written by Allan Ebdrup
Category: API, Developer

Twitter account for our API status feed

May 23, 2013

We have just created a twitter account for the purpose of communicating our API operations status to all our good API users. Please follow us and we will keep you maximum updated :)  

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Written by Claus Villumsen

Why we’re implementing a new API connection model

March 11, 2013

Developer tab

We have recently implemented a new method for connecting to our API called ConnectWithToken. To use this method, you need two IDs: 1) An app ID. This ID belongs to the developer and uniquely identifies the app requesting the connection. To obtain an app ID, developers ...

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Written by Nikolaj Nørskov
Category: API, Developer

New API features: Time entries and a lot more…

July 16, 2009

With our July 14th update to version 1.4.5 of the e-conomic API, a number of new features have been added: Time entries may now be created via the API, using the new ITimeEntry class. This will open up a host of new possibilities for integrations (IPhone ...

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Written by Christian Estrup

New E-conomic API Forum Launched!

June 8, 2009

Striving to be the best in the business, e-conomic now launches a new API Forum to meet the demands of the growing number of people who want to integrate their system with e-conomic. The API Forum is a place where developers who use e-conomic’s API can ...

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Written by frodisamuelsen

Planned downtime 18th of May 00:15-06:00 (CET)

May 14, 2009

Our hosting center are upgrading their high-voltage power supply on May 18th between 00:15 and 06:00 (CET). In this period e-conomic will be unavailable, this means that neither the web site nor the API will be available. So if you have any automatic jobs running ...

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Written by Henrik Christensen

API: Something new, something faster…

April 16, 2009

Last night, our latest Market Package with enhancements, fixes and improvements was released. It contains one new API feature, as well as a vast improvement of the speed of another. As for the new feature, it is now possible to login ('Connect' in API terms) as ...

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Written by Christian Estrup

Improving API performance beyond data classes

April 6, 2009

In the e-conomic API, using data classes is a powerful way of optimizing the retrieval, creation or updating of multiple entity properties - or even multiple entities – to use as few round-trips as possible. However, many developers are put off by the fact that when ...

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Written by Christian Estrup
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