CoinFabrik Ports Coinbase API to 26 Languages

CoinFabrik Ports Coinbase API to 26 Languages

The Coinbase API may be coming to the language and platform of your choice, and not through the usual channels, either. A new specification for the coinbase API has been made for Swagger, a framework for generating client libraries from JSON and YAML API packages. CoinFabrik, a cryptocurrency development and consulting firm, has started an open-source project using Swagger to implement the Coinbase API on many previously unsupported platforms. The auto-generated client libraries include support for Tizen, QT 5, C++, Objective C, Javascript, Android, and over 20 other languages, frameworks,....


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