The melba API allows you to go beyond all the limits set by our interface to multiply the potential of your data and the data enriched by our systems.
An API stands for the expression application programming interface.
An API is an operating contract between a customer and a provider. It's something very abstract that finds a lot of resonance in the world of computer development.
All software accepts input parameters and produces an output result. The API of such a system can be subjectively assimilated to the following set:
In particular, melba has servers that accept input data, produce output results, and the format of input and rendered data are described in our API documentation.
You will find more information about the APIs in the following document.
API stands for application programming interface—a set of definitions and protocols to build and integrate application software.
The melba API is complete, i.e. everything that is done through the melba interface (and much more) can be done by API.
The following examples are taken directly from our customers' use cases.
A large bakery/pastry chain uses our API to:
A chocolatier commissioned a development agency to create an all-in-one ERP.
All the business bricks that make up melba are managed by melba. All the bricks that are missing (cash system, invoicing) are developed in addition.
This saves hundreds of thousands of dollars in IT development.
A dark kitchen that sells online uses our API to synchronize sales from its e-commerce platforms:
Learn how to access melba's API and get the most out of your data