Roadmap

About our roadmap

For modern APIs to be useful, they must evolve to meet your needs as they emerge. Our Roadmap shows you our planned timeline for updating new APIs and features, and we welcome your feedback on how our development plan aligns with your needs. Please note that while we will do our best to deliver to stated forward looking commitments, these are subject to change. Any changes that occur will be reflected back in this living roadmap.

Timeline of Platform Updates


2017 Q1 Platform Update (17.1) 2017 Q2 Platform Update (17.2) 2017 Q3 Platform Update (17.3) 2017 Q4 Platform Update (17.4)
API

Container API (New)
Rate API:
Improved delivery date estimates
Display all shipping options update

Business Reports API (New)
Carrier API (New)
Multiple APIs:
Field validation upgrade
Vendor API (New)
Warehouse API (New)

Channels API (New)
Report a Problem API (New)
Analytics API (New)
Supplier Purchase Order API (New)
Webhooks Purchase Order Posted Webhooks
Fulfillment Order Posted Webhooks
Other



Recent changes

Feb

03

2017

The Rate RESTful API has been updated with 2 new changes:

  1. We have improved our Rate API (v3.0 and v3.1) to provide more accurate delivery dates.
  2. Our Rate API (only v3.1) now surfaces all possible shipping options for a service level available at checkout. Note: This change is not available in our v3.0 Rate API.

Jan

17

2017

The Container RESTful API is now available. This new API enables merchants and retailers with Shipwire Anywhere or dropship vendor locations to enter and manage shipping container and boxes across their network.

Jan

17

2017

The Webhooks RESTful API has been upgraded so that users can subscribe to be notified of a new “purchaseorder.posted ” Purchase Order Webhook topic. This new topic enables users to get notified when the Purchase Order and all its underlying Fulfillment Orders are created in the Shipwire platform.

Sep

15

2016

The Address Validation RESTful API is now available. This API enables Platform users to validate addresses entered by end customers as part of the checkout process. Previously, if an entered address was invalid, the Shipwire Platform would put the order on hold and require the Platform user to log into the application to resolve the issue. The new API should significantly cut down on order delays as a result of invalid address holds by enabling the end customer to correct the issue in real time.

Aug

23

2016

The Webhooks RESTful API has been upgraded so that users can subscribe to be notified of new Purchase Order Webhook topics. These new topics enables users to get notified when the a purchase order is created, updated, canceled or completed, status updates on purchase orders, and much more.

Aug

16

2016

The Purchase Order API has been upgraded to allow freight summary information, shipping windows and must arrive by windows to ensure retail compliance. The Shipwire Platform is currently shipping retail replenishment orders to the following retailers: Amazon, BestBuy, Costco, Eurpac, Kohls, Marbles, MicroCenter, Navarre, ProAudioStar, Target, ThinkGeek, Toys R Us, VintageKing and Walmart.

Jun

26

2016

The Webhooks RESTful API has been upgraded so that users can subscribe to be notified of a new “stock.transition.good ” Stock Webhook topic. This new topic enables users to get notified when the “Good” (e.g. when an order is placed or inventory is received at a warehouse) stock for a given SKU has changed in the Shipwire platform.

Jun

01

2016

Fulfillment Relay, a feature of Dropship for Retailers, has been released. Shipwire Platform customers can now automatically receive or dispatch orders to or from other Shipwire Platform accounts.

May

03

2016

The Product API has been upgraded so that returned API errors are more specific and granular. This helps those developing around the API to better understand how to handle various error conditions.

Apr

19

2016

The Purchase Order API is now available. Use this API to create new purchase orders, or to update, cancel, approve or to get information about already created purchase orders.

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