Integration of Yahoo Small Business eCommerce API with Shopgate's APIs - repost
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Project Budget$1500 - $3000 USD
With more than 15 million products, over 2,000 merchants, more than 4,000 apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone and mobile browsers, Shopgate is the worldwide leading company for mobile shopping solutions. We are now expanding our award-winning products and services to the United States.
For that we need to connect with the Yahoo Small Bussiness shopping cart system and are looking for expert developers that can do the job of implementing the interfaces and functionality Shopgate offers to merchants.
We consider you an expert if you own a Yahoo Small Bussiness store (minimum: Standard package) yourself or work for a merchant who owns one. Of course, for taking part in the development programme we offer something in return:
Get a 1-year-free Mobile Website as well as native iPhone-, iPad- and Android apps for your or your clients' shop – the package that says “Premium” on [url removed, login to view]
Basic required skills:
* you are a PHP and Yahoo Small Business eCommerce professional
* databases are your living room
* you have worked with online APIs before
* when talking about REST you don't refer to a couch
* you know JSON doesn't wear a hockey mask (except on Friday 13th)
* you can handle SVN repositories
* communication in English both spoken and written is no big deal for you
If your work proves to be satisfying there are more interesting challenges for you to come.
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