If you want to connect with eBay via an API (application programming interface), then you have two more options as of this week.
This graphic from the Developer Conference event will give you a sense of the two new API options:
Gail Frederick, Senior Director of eBay’s Developer Ecosystem and Services says: “Over the past seven months, we’ve not only grown the number of registered developers who are part of our program, but our APIs have continued to accelerate selling and buying. As a team, we have an API-first mentality – we’re taking a developer-centric model for delivering APIs. Working with third-party developers and launch partners to build and update APIs is important for eBay as we aspire to become the world’s most powerful selling platform, and a platform that developers love.”
Fighting talk. But the event in San Jose is merely the start. Are you plugged into eBay via an API? And what does it provide?