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How can I use this api?

Posted on 2012-04-03
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http://www.boxoh.com/api/docs/

I would like to use this on an HTML page. How do I call it? I am not sure how to use it.


Any help is greatly appreciated.
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first do let us know the use of the api.
The scripting language ur using. so  accordingly we can help u out
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It is a ups, fedex, usps, etc tracking utility. I want to but it on my website. My site is an opencart site but I can use an iframe in the html so the scripting language can be flexible.

It uses REST and I don't know how to use it.
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