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Five QuickBooks Add-On Apps Your Small Business Can’t Live Without

The Power of Connected QuickBooks Add-On Services One of the biggest trends in business technology right now is the concept of “connected services”. By handpicking your own integrated suite of tools, you can leverage the power of total integration, so that everyone in your company has access to the files, reports, and data that they …

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Javascript Namespace Collisions (and How to Avoid Them)

Writing Javascript to run within web browsers can be a lot of fun!  It can also be mind-bendingly painful. I will mention two techniques that can save a lot of heartache when working within a Javascript environment where lots of code is playing (whether that be your own code or code you have pulled in …

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QuickBooks SDK and IPP SDK. Please play nice!

We’re working on bringing you IPP support to SmartVault! This is really exciting, this will allow us to integrate with a new range of partners and display more useful information about transactions in our portal. The first challenge we faced was mapping from QuickBooks IDs to IPP IDs. Initially we did not find a way …

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SmartVault SDK 2.1 BETA

We’re proud to announce that the BETA for our 2.1 SDK will be available on 01/24/2011. Our project site is available on google projects at http://code.google.com/p/smartvault/ You can join the discussion and announcement list at http://groups.google.com/group/smartvault-sdk Here is a brief synopsis, see our google project site for more details. The SmartVault Software Windows Software Development …

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OAuth Primer: Part 2

Following up on my previous post on OAuth. Let’s imagine a hypothetical SmartVault integration. Let’s say we have an expense tracking system, Sprocket’s Tracker. Sprocket’s Tracker lets me fill out expense reports online. When I’ve completed an expense report, I can submit it for approval and payment. Once my expense report is approved and entry …

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OAuth Primer: Part 1

You might not have heard of it. But, you have probably used it. If you have used Facebook’s friend finder or attached your twitter account to an application that sends tweets for you — then you have used it. Not too long ago, when you used Facebook’s friend finder you would have to enter your …

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Hello world!

Welcome to SmartVault’s technical blog! Very excited to talk about the technology that powers SmartVault. I met several companies and individuals at the Sleeter Conference in Vegas that are interested in a SmartVault SDK. I thought I would use this first post to give everyone an introduction to where we are with that effort. We …

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