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Announcing the brand new SDK

Alex Tselegidis

The developer streak continues within the Easy!Appointments ecosystem as we are at the pleasant position to announce the release of the Easy!Appointments SDK, a collection of API client packages that can be used as the communication layer between your apps and an Easy!Appointments installation.

The SDK packages got generated by the available OpenApi documentation, that completely describes the Easy!Appointments API and allows developers to create their own scheduling integrations without even having to show Easy!Appointments to end users (aka headless-scheduling).

Currently the following programming languages are available for download, more packages and content will be added gradually, making it even simpler for your to get started with your new integration.

  • C#
  • Java
  • JavaScript
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Ruby

Last but not least, you may download the latest Easy!Appointments OpenApi.yml file and generate your own package with the help of editor.swagger.com with just a few clicks.


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