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  • Prize: £100
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Contest Brief

We currently use Active Campaign with all our customers to manage all enquiries. We want to take all these Custom Fields in Active Campaign and use and API to pull them onto a dashboard that reports:
- Number of new enquiries
- New monthly revenue
and a variety of other custom fields.

We are initially looking for ways that this can be done. Once the idea is finalised we will then negotiate a price for the whole job.

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  • techsoftpk
    techsoftpk
    • 2 weeks ago

    Hi sir, you didn't shared any of the attachment regarding your specific requirements. that's why we posted general entries. if you come in chat we may discuss in detail.

    • 2 weeks ago
  • techsoftpk
    techsoftpk
    • 4 weeks ago

    I have experience in Rest APIs and I can create a plugin for you that can pull data from Active Campaign dashboard and show on your website. and we can customize complete reports.
    #guaranteed

    • 4 weeks ago
  • Cre8Marketing
    Contest Holder
    • 4 weeks ago

    Have you got examples of your work?

    • 4 weeks ago
    1. Divyansch
      Divyansch
      • 4 weeks ago

      Sure. I have tried to develop an experimental blogger theme using Angular 6 and Blogger v3 REST APIs. https://feoxide.blogspot.com/ is the first prototype that I worked on. It basically fetches all the blog posts and displays them onto the home screen.

      • 4 weeks ago
    2. Divyansch
      Divyansch
      • 4 weeks ago

      Another fully fledged blogging theme uses Angular 6, Blogger v3 REST APIs and DisqusAPIs. https://codehymn.blogspot.com/ is my personal blog( though not completely ready yet ), that again is an extension of the previous concept. A fully fledged working theme uses Blogger APIs to fetch posts, pages, images, tags, published dates etc. If you click on the posts available, you'll find the comments count. I use Disqus on the platform, but did not wanted to load the comment box until the user wants to. This is why I provided a little button at the end of the post saying "Load Comments". As comments are not loaded yet, I used Disqus APIs to fetch the comments based on the post ID and URL and displayed the count. I did this to keep the number of HTTP requests as low as possible at a given time.

      • 4 weeks ago
  • Divyansch
    Divyansch
    • 1 month ago

    Can you please elaborate what these enquiries are?

    • 1 month ago
  • Divyansch
    Divyansch
    • 1 month ago

    Here, I found the REST APIs documentation on https://developers.activecampaign.com/reference#overview . I've worked on projects that use few third party REST APIs in past like Blogger APIv3 and DisqusAPI. I think I can work on this project of yours.

    • 1 month ago

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