Category: QuickBooks API

  • The Newest API Explorer

    At Intuit, we strongly believe feedback is a gift. Over the past few months we collected feedback from our developer community and incorporated their comments about their pain points with our developer magic potion to bring to you the latest API Explorer. The new API Explorer is designed keeping Intuit’s Design for Delight principles and […]

  • Introducing the Error Resolver Tool

    We’ve got some good news for our developer community! We are thrilled to launch a new Error Resolver tool that will help you build your apps faster. Error Resolver Tool Overview The error resolver tool is an easy-to-use search engine that looks up an error code or message and provides suggestions on how it can […]

  • Introduction to GraphQL Using QuickBooks Online APIs

    GraphQL, a powerful query language for APIs, is here. Intuit Developer has experienced the benefits of using it, and we’re ready to get our developers on board.

  • How chata.ai Built Their App Using the QuickBooks Online API

    What’s one of the best ways to learn how to use the QuickBooks Online API? Reading about another QBO app that’s already been through the process, like chata.ai.

  • New to Intuit Developer? How To Use the QuickBooks Online API

    For those new to Intuit Developer, there’s no need to stress about getting started. We’ve put together a quick tutorial on how to use the QuickBooks Online API.

  • TLS 1.0 and 1.1 Deprecation for Intuit Developers

    Today we are announcing the deprecation timing for TLS 1.0 and 1.1. All apps must be upgraded to TLS 1.2 by September 20, 2018.

  • Automated Sales Tax is now available in the QuickBooks Online Sandbox

    Today we’re excited to announce that our QuickBooks Sandbox Environment now supports AST ( Automated Sales Tax). You will now have the feasibility to use the Old Sales Tax or Make the Switch to start using AST in Sandbox. My QuickBooks Online Sandbox already has Old Sales Tax, How do I migrate to AST Until today, sandbox environments […]

  • Automated Sales Tax – FAQ

    Sales tax is getting easier! Through the new Automated Sales Tax (AST) experience, you just need to answer few simple questions and QuickBooks Online will know what taxes apply to your business, set them up, and automatically track your sales taxes.

  • Automated Sales Tax in the QuickBooks Online API – Update

    In an upcoming version of the Quickbooks Online API, the US sales tax business logic is changed for sales transaction lines that do not contain a TaxCodeRef. With this change, when a sales transaction line does not explicitly specify a TaxCodeRef, we will be treating that line as if the TaxCodeRef is TAX and we will determine the taxability of that line based on the item’s taxability. This is different from the current behavior in which an empty TaxCodeRef is considered to be equivalent to a NON TaxCodeRef.

  • What's New for Developers in v1802 of QuickBooks?

    A new version of QuickBooks was released last week, as part of this release we have made some important enhancements to our APIs.