All posts tagged with 'api'
Introduction Over the past couple of months, I’ve been working as an intern software engineer in the Banking Integrations team here at FreeAgent. Before I started, I had just finished the second year of my Computer Science degree at the University of Birmingham. Whilst university taught me a multitude of skills, there are many that can only be truly gained from working in a company. I’d like to share some… Continue reading
It’s been a wild time this summer at FreeAgent: four-day weeks, Edinburgh flooding, people gearing up to return to the office, and in the meantime you have me, the remote software engineering intern, working away in his little corner of the FreeAgent world. But before all that, who is this wee guy? Well, I’m Fraser Dempster and I spent 12 weeks of my summer at FreeAgent. Excuse me, I'm lost… Continue reading
We uncovered an issue during our previous blackout dates. We have addressed this and will continue with a further series of API 1.0 blackouts this week. On the following dates requests to API 1.0 will be rejected: 28 January 2014 08:00 GMT - 29 January 2014 08:00 GMT 30 January 2014 08:00 GMT - 31 January 2014 08:00 GMT Assuming no issues are identified during these blackouts, the official end… Continue reading
Back in October last year I wrote about sunsetting our legacy API at the end of 2013. We're now into the final stage of this decomissioning process. To make this as pain-free as possible, we're going to be running a series of API 1.0 blackouts over the next week. This means that on the following dates requests to API 1.0 will be rejected: 09 January 2014 14:00-16:00 GMT 13 January… Continue reading
We launched the first FreeAgent API back in February 2008. It served us well but 18 months ago we launched our second-generation API. The vast majority of third party apps that integrate with FreeAgent have now migrated over to API 2.0, so we will be shutting down API 1.0 by the end of 2013. We have announced this to our API community already, but we're now reaching out to our… Continue reading