To all the future billionaires,
All of us are well aware of the power of RepairDesk by now and the miracles it can do in the world of repair shops and retail business. Looking towards the curiousness of consumers to know more about RepairDesk, we have decided to roll out its public API for those who want to access and integrate the functionality of RepairDesk.
What is Public API?
You must have seen a lot of blogs talking about Google Maps API, Facebook API and Twitter API but you never bothered to know what they actually are. Well, let us briefly explain what public API actually means.
Public API is a set of instructions that are made publicly accessible by the producer for the world outside to get information, learn, edit for their best and then use the new product made out of it.
You can think of it like an open source code that is available to use in the product you want to build. These are the building blocks which enables an average user to make things that are above average. They empower people with ideas to experiment, grow and expand, makes interaction with back-end system easy and to use tested code for your own use.
Now that you have a great definition of public API in your mind it is time to open the box of surprises RepairDesk Public API brings for you.
We know you might have some favorite apps that you wanted to run along with RepairDesk but couldn’t because there was no option for integration. Luckily with RepairDesk Public API, now you can build the bridges to cover that gap. Using the RepairDesk API, you can access and integrate with our various functionalities.
It allows developers to integrate RepairDesk with other applications and have complete access to tickets, invoices and inventory modules. RepairDesk Public API is a call to all the smart brains to come, download and build bridges to cover the gaps they want using their inner creative developer. It is the time for you to take hold and build something that is just like you wanted!
For more details about our public API and integration, email us at [email protected]