Sagenda API v3 Pushes Integration to the Next Level
Updated Sagenda APIs: What’s In It for You?
Each year, our Sagenda team aims to develop new features to improve customer experience. Following your frequent requests for further integration, it also became crucial to update Sagenda’s API. From now on, API v3 strengthens the integration capacity of various platforms by improving the flow of operations and data exchange seamlessly.
Why Use an Improved Sagenda API REST?
So what’s changed? Everything’s changed. We’ve rebuilt our APIs from scratch: although still based on REST Web Services, Sagenda APIs have improved. API REST enables the transfer of data drawn from various apps and websites as well as the management of jwt tokens and an improved date format. Since our Sagenda WP plugin is used on multiple websites, it’s essential to ensure an optimized and quick transfer appropriate for all programming languages.
API v3: Enhanced Integration for Better Customization
API v3 caters for all the customized needs of our users. While old versions are still supported, there will probably be no new added features. For example, API v1 is provided in LTS (Long-Term Support) until 01/01/2021. So, hurry up and migrate to API v3! Don’t forget to drop us a line and let us know what you think of it.
For further technical details on API v3, visit Sagenda:
Update : API v1 is deprecated, please API v3 instead.
As we dive into 2016, Sagenda is intent on helping its users achieve some of those winter resolutions. Whether you are looking to improve client communications via a multilingual WordPress booking software or overhaul your online payment strategy, let’s focus on your needs with the right tools and determination. So, we thought we’d give you a head start on your competition with some simple perks to boost your business.
Easy PayPal WordPress Payments
PayPal payments are now available for all Sagenda WordPress users. There’s nothing more depressing than booking online and queuing offline to pay for the same service. Why not mix book and pay? As of now, your clients can book, rent or schedule and make payments via PayPal directly on your WordPress website. By activating this option, you are reducing client waiting times while improving your service operations. Try it and you’ll reap the benefits immediately!
Sagenda API Also Supports PayPal
It’s either written in the stars or in our APIs. We have updated the Sagenda API in order to allow the ‘book and pay’ system. Should you wish to integrate Sagenda directly on your existing website, you can do so and take full advantage of the PayPal module. Online booking and shopping habits have evolved considerably which is why your website should definitely support electronic payments. Better be versatile than sorry!
Mind Your Language
Given the diversity of our users, we have shared the translation process of the Sagenda WordPress module with our online community and the results have been great. Up to now, our Sagenda plugin is available in Chinese (Simplified), English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Swedish, Spanish, Dutch, Korean and Portuguese. Our upcoming translation of the booking system Sagenda is also being considered.
Why don’t you give it a try and let us know how it works for you? We’d love to hear your thoughts and suggestions.
It’s spring time already, so why not celebrate it with a gift: Sagenda API is out now for all our developer users. What does this mean? If you’re a developer looking for Sagenda integration to your software program, this is what you’ve been waiting for!
API Open to All Developers
Sagenda Application Programming Interface (API) is currently open to all software developers using Web Services. That’s right! You may now choose to integrate Sagenda as a booking system either to your software program or system. All you need to do is use your authentication code to identify your Sagenda account. Don’t forget you have to be already registered on Sagenda to be able to do that!
REST-Compliant Web Services
Sagenda API uses REST-Compliant Web Services which means that it values simple and independent operations irrespective of the technology you’re using. As long as you are able to access Web Services, you’re very likely to do fine using Sagenda API.
Complex Integration Projects? Drop Us a Line!
As the saying goes, we’re only as good as our users. We’d love to hear about your dev projects and make it happen together. So, in case you’re over the moon about using Sagenda API for your complex development projects, feel free to drop us a line or reach us on Twitter, and we’ll get back to you with solutions for your ideas. Better sooner than later!