Progress Update

Hello,

We’ve changed a few things in API v2 and updated some of the documentation.
The highlights are:

  • New /categories resource which describes the accounting categories
    used in FreeAgent.
  • Expenses, bank account entries, invoice items, estimate items and
    bills all now take category as a parameter rather than various *_type or
    nominal_code parameters
  • Invoices, credit notes, bills and bill refunds can now be explained
    (paid) via the API by creating a bank transaction explanation.
  • Current balance is now reported for bank accounts
  • Batch creation for timeslips and expenses
  • Various bug fixes and clarifications
  • We’ve removed the journal entries resource for now pending a better
    implementation.

There are still more documentation changes to come. At the moment API v2
is still only live for sandbox accounts but we hope to soon have production
accounts enabled.

As usual we’re delighted to hear any feedback or bug reports.

Have a good weekend,

Graeme

Graeme Boyd
Senior Software Engineer
FreeAgent Central Ltd
40 Torphichen Street, Edinburgh EH3 8JB
Registered in Scotland SC316774

Hi Zee,

API v2 is not currently usable with production FreeAgent accounts. It will
be soon, but we’re still working on it.

In the meantime, you can use API v1 to create expenses one at a time:

http://www.freeagent.com/developers/freeagent-api#api_expenses

Kind regards,

GraemeOn 21 February 2012 11:31, zee zeeqtao@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Graeme,

How can I get access to the API v2
I want to batch create expenses. Got tonnes to do

Zee

On 11 February 2012 01:54, Graeme Boyd graeme.boyd@freeagent.com wrote:

Hello,

We’ve changed a few things in API v2 and updated some of the
documentation. The highlights are:

  • New /categories resource which describes the accounting categories
    used in FreeAgent.
  • Expenses, bank account entries, invoice items, estimate items and
    bills all now take category as a parameter rather than various *_type or
    nominal_code parameters
  • Invoices, credit notes, bills and bill refunds can now be explained
    (paid) via the API by creating a bank transaction explanation.
  • Current balance is now reported for bank accounts
  • Batch creation for timeslips and expenses
  • Various bug fixes and clarifications
  • We’ve removed the journal entries resource for now pending a better
    implementation.

There are still more documentation changes to come. At the moment API v2
is still only live for sandbox accounts but we hope to soon have production
accounts enabled.

As usual we’re delighted to hear any feedback or bug reports.

Have a good weekend,

Graeme


Graeme Boyd
Senior Software Engineer
FreeAgent Central Ltd
40 Torphichen Street, Edinburgh EH3 8JB
Registered in Scotland SC316774


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Senior Software Engineer
FreeAgent Central Ltd
40 Torphichen Street, Edinburgh EH3 8JB
Registered in Scotland SC316774

Hi Graeme,

How can I get access to the API v2
I want to batch create expenses. Got tonnes to do

ZeeOn 11 February 2012 01:54, Graeme Boyd graeme.boyd@freeagent.com wrote:

Hello,

We’ve changed a few things in API v2 and updated some of the
documentation. The highlights are:

  • New /categories resource which describes the accounting categories
    used in FreeAgent.
  • Expenses, bank account entries, invoice items, estimate items and
    bills all now take category as a parameter rather than various *_type or
    nominal_code parameters
  • Invoices, credit notes, bills and bill refunds can now be explained
    (paid) via the API by creating a bank transaction explanation.
  • Current balance is now reported for bank accounts
  • Batch creation for timeslips and expenses
  • Various bug fixes and clarifications
  • We’ve removed the journal entries resource for now pending a better
    implementation.

There are still more documentation changes to come. At the moment API v2
is still only live for sandbox accounts but we hope to soon have production
accounts enabled.

As usual we’re delighted to hear any feedback or bug reports.

Have a good weekend,

Graeme


Graeme Boyd
Senior Software Engineer
FreeAgent Central Ltd
40 Torphichen Street, Edinburgh EH3 8JB
Registered in Scotland SC316774


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When will v2 be ready?

ZeeOn 21 Feb 2012 19:58, “Graeme Boyd” graeme.boyd@freeagent.com wrote:

Hi Zee,

API v2 is not currently usable with production FreeAgent accounts. It
will be soon, but we’re still working on it.

In the meantime, you can use API v1 to create expenses one at a time:

http://www.freeagent.com/developers/freeagent-api#api_expenses

Kind regards,

Graeme

On 21 February 2012 11:31, zee zeeqtao@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Graeme,

How can I get access to the API v2
I want to batch create expenses. Got tonnes to do

Zee

On 11 February 2012 01:54, Graeme Boyd graeme.boyd@freeagent.com wrote:

Hello,

We’ve changed a few things in API v2 and updated some of the
documentation. The highlights are:

  • New /categories resource which describes the accounting categories
    used in FreeAgent.
  • Expenses, bank account entries, invoice items, estimate items and
    bills all now take category as a parameter rather than various *_type or
    nominal_code parameters
  • Invoices, credit notes, bills and bill refunds can now be
    explained (paid) via the API by creating a bank transaction explanation.
  • Current balance is now reported for bank accounts
  • Batch creation for timeslips and expenses
  • Various bug fixes and clarifications
  • We’ve removed the journal entries resource for now pending a
    better implementation.

There are still more documentation changes to come. At the moment API
v2 is still only live for sandbox accounts but we hope to soon have
production accounts enabled.

As usual we’re delighted to hear any feedback or bug reports.

Have a good weekend,

Graeme


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Senior Software Engineer
FreeAgent Central Ltd
40 Torphichen Street, Edinburgh EH3 8JB
Registered in Scotland SC316774


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Hi Zee,

We’re still working on it and we’ll certainly email the Google Group when
it’s ready. In the meantime the sandbox is available if you want to play
with API v2.

Kind regards,

GraemeOn 21 February 2012 11:59, zee zeeqtao@gmail.com wrote:

When will v2 be ready?

Zee
On 21 Feb 2012 19:58, “Graeme Boyd” graeme.boyd@freeagent.com wrote:

Hi Zee,

API v2 is not currently usable with production FreeAgent accounts. It
will be soon, but we’re still working on it.

In the meantime, you can use API v1 to create expenses one at a time:

http://www.freeagent.com/developers/freeagent-api#api_expenses

Kind regards,

Graeme

On 21 February 2012 11:31, zee zeeqtao@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Graeme,

How can I get access to the API v2
I want to batch create expenses. Got tonnes to do

Zee

On 11 February 2012 01:54, Graeme Boyd graeme.boyd@freeagent.comwrote:

Hello,

We’ve changed a few things in API v2 and updated some of the
documentation. The highlights are:

  • New /categories resource which describes the accounting
    categories used in FreeAgent.
  • Expenses, bank account entries, invoice items, estimate items and
    bills all now take category as a parameter rather than various *_type or
    nominal_code parameters
  • Invoices, credit notes, bills and bill refunds can now be
    explained (paid) via the API by creating a bank transaction explanation.
  • Current balance is now reported for bank accounts
  • Batch creation for timeslips and expenses
  • Various bug fixes and clarifications
  • We’ve removed the journal entries resource for now pending a
    better implementation.

There are still more documentation changes to come. At the moment API
v2 is still only live for sandbox accounts but we hope to soon have
production accounts enabled.

As usual we’re delighted to hear any feedback or bug reports.

Have a good weekend,

Graeme


Graeme Boyd
Senior Software Engineer
FreeAgent Central Ltd
40 Torphichen Street, Edinburgh EH3 8JB
Registered in Scotland SC316774


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Registered in Scotland SC316774