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Here you’ll find the documentation of our new API v3 and our jQuery JavaScript plugin. The jQuery plugin can be used to easily extend websites with product data delivered by shopping24. Use the api for more complex integrations.

You can browse the product data and category tree available for you, using our api preview application. Log in using your appid and appkey to get started. If you have any problems or requests, please contact support. For the new API v3, start browsing by using the navigation of our documentation on the right.

shopping24 tech blog

25.02.2015 – Kim Hogeling – latest article
Shopping24 Hacking Days Winter 2014

2 days in the last week of the year again gave room to explore some of the ideas and projects the shopping24 developers had. We do this on a regular schedule, last time in August 2014.

Featured authors

  • 01.12.2014 – Conrad Kleinespel
    Why we moved away from jQuery & what we learned A few months ago, we spent time improving performance. A part of that was removing our dependency on jQuery. And we learned some things in the process.
  • 20.11.2014 – Tobias Kässmann
    Search technology meetup Hamburg

    This year, we started a new Search Technology Meetup for Hamburg and provided the location for it. Our goal is to create a search community that shares their experience & learnings. We are absolutely looking forward to provide space for other speakers, even if it’s not as technical as the first talks.

  • 07.11.2014 – Torsten Bøgh Köster
    More open source Solr components ftw!

    During the past weeks we evolved some nifty features for our product search engine. We’d like to share some of these features with the Solr community as there are a new boosting query parser and a response writer that handles Thymeleaf templates.

  • 29.09.2014 – Kim Hogeling
    Shopping24 Hacking Days Summer 2014

    2 days in the last week of August gave room to explore some of the ideas and projects the shopping24 developers had. We do this on a regular schedule, last time in Spring 2014.

  • 17.08.2014 – Torsten Bøgh Köster
    Introducing a Solr JDBC synonym filter

    In our product search, we utilize the classic Solr synonym filter a lot. But maintaining hundred thousands of synonyms, split over multiple text files is less than ideal. So we built a synonym filter that retrieves synonyms from a JDBC datastore.

  • 27.06.2014 – Christina Schneider
    Using logs to predict the future

    We collect a lot of search data from our portals. Millions of entries show what people have searched for and when.
    The interesting question for us is: Can we use this data to be able to give our customers better recommendations at the right time?

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