Intuit is a global technology platform with a mission to power prosperity around the world. Our innovative products like TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint, Credit Karma and Mailchimp help millions of consumer, small business and self-employed customers overcome their most important financial challenges.
Our products and services are built on Intuit's AI-driven expert platform, combining the power of cutting edge technology with live financial experts. Our team innovates together in a diverse and collaborative environment where technology makes a global impact. From uncovering data patterns for how wealth is created, to designing conversational interfaces that deliver personalized experiences, we’re putting AI, ML, and an unrivaled set of data to work to help millions of people achieve financial freedom.
Our culture and entrepreneurial spirit have earned us a spot on “Best Companies to Work For” lists year after year. We’re dedicated to living our mission of powering prosperity, not just through our products, but through our social impact initiatives. Through our Prosperity Hubs, we’re bringing new jobs, teaching new skills, and supporting small businesses in distressed communities to help local economies rebuild and thrive.
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Java : Java is one of the most commonly used languages for developing against the QuickBooks platform. With tons of open source libraries/frameworks and huge community support, it is no surprise that Java is one of the most of commonly used language. To help developers enable faster integration with QuickBooks Online, Intuit officially provides a Java SDK with a set of class libraries that make it easier to call QuickBooks APIs, providing access to QuickBooks data.
C Sharp (C#) : Along with Java, C# is one of most prominent used by Intuit developers. C# is a common language to build on the .NET platform primarily for Microsoft products.
C# is completely backed by Microsoft and has huge community support. Just like for Java, Intuit provides a C# based .NET SDK to enable developers to more easily integrate with QuickBooks Online.
PHP : PHP is one of the most widely used server-side scripting languages used for web development. There’s a ton of community supported PHP frameworks to enable easier/faster development. Given the wide usage of PHP in the industry, it’s no surprise that PHP is the third most commonly used language for developing on QuickBooks. Similar to Java and C#, there is an official PHP SDK for QBO integration.
Ruby : Ruby is a dynamic, reflective, object-oriented programming language. Ruby is primarily used with the Rails platform (i.e., Ruby on Rails) for web development. Ruby on Rails has been around for a while with enough maturity and a thriving community. Even though Intuit does not have an officially supported SDK for Ruby, there is an open source library available.
Python : Python, similar to Ruby, is a dynamic, object-oriented programming language. Just like with PHP, there’s a ton of community-supported Python frameworks to enable easier/faster development, including a vibrant community. Even though Intuit does not provide an official integration SDK, Python is one of the top 5 languages used by developers integrating with the QuickBooks platform. Other : In addition to the above mentioned languages, we see developers using languages like C++, Perl, and ColdFusion (CFML) when integrating with the QuickBooks platform.
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