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There are many APIs that eBay offers for developers to use for integration with its massive marketplace. Whether an application requires simple statistics or advanced turnkey solutions, there is an API for it.
Based in San Jose, California, and founded in 1995, eBay is an e-commerce corporation that operates in over 30 countries. The company’s business model is an online auction site where sellers are charged a nominal fee for their listings and a portion of their sales. However, it is free for buyers.
Besides the original auction setup, eBay now offers instant sales through “Buy it Now,” classified advertisements through their namesake or Kijiji, event ticket sales and trades via StubHub, and shopping by SKU, ISBN, and UPC.
Anyone interested in using an eBay API needs to sign up for a developer’s account to access the required application keys. These keys are the unique identifiers that let the company know which developer is accessing the API and from what application. eBay offers a sample API that hooks directly into the live site for practice, and once the developer is ready, there are many free APIs for any use case imaginable on the site.
While the APIs are free to use, the ‘Buy’ APIs require special permission.
Sellers on eBay wishing to increase sales, website owners wanting to make money from affiliate sales, and developers looking to build applications to sell to the massive marketplace are just some of the people who can benefit from the many APIs that eBay offers publicly.
Imagine trying to build a website or application that shows all of the items in one category on eBay, and manually inputting the information, then keeping it updated. It would be impossible. With e-commerce APIs like those offered publicly from eBay, developers can access the entire database of products and auto-populate their sites and apps instantly. Furthermore, the APIs provide a way to keep everything current without manual updates.
APIs provide other functionality as well, such as helping with marketing, logistics, after-sales communications, creating listings, buyer behavior analytics, and everything necessary to be successful, whether as a seller, affiliate, or developer.
You can expect eBay APIs to be stable, secure, and current. Furthermore, eBay goes above and beyond to support developers with detailed documentation, guides, and reference materials.
All Ebay APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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