- Customize your REST API response “auto-magically” with a Sabre or custom response view
- New Hotel APIs now Available
- Join us for Destination Hack: Singapore
- Manage Large Volumes of Data: New REST Advanced Features
- Centralized Release Notes Now Available on Sabre Dev Studio
- Extended Date and Airport Search Efficiency
- Bargain Finder Max Results Optimization Keeps Getting Better
- Multiple Fares Per Itinerary: Enhance Processing of Negotiated Fares
- Enhanced Air Book API: Air Booking Made Easy!
- Competitive Fares and Beyond: Group Management Tool
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September 26th, 2016 by Leah Tucker
Thinking about putting your mobile travel application on a diet? REST API response getting a little thick around the middle? We can help with that—because you’re now able to return a svelte, trimmed-down ReST API response “auto-magically” for all of your application requests using response views.
September 20th, 2016 by David Cheese
Delivering on our promise to provide more robust hotel content and capabilities, the Sabre Hotel team is releasing new APIs this year, beginning with eight this month. The base APIs in the initial release will provide visual content, descriptive content, and the ability to obtain a list of hotels by location. Descriptive and visual content is available independently or combined through an orchestrated service.
September 14th, 2016 by Chris Apaliski
Come join us in Singapore this year for Destination Hack To say we’re excited about this year’s Sabre Global hackathon would be an understatement. Destination Hack takes place in Singapore on October 14 -1 6 at Impact Hub. As a leader of travel technology, one of the things we enjoy most about our global hackathon series is that we get to see just how creative developers across the world can be when given just over 24 hours to […]
September 6th, 2016 by Alexandre Xavier
Data managed by applications continues to insanely grow. Travel data is no different: a simple search of fares from a unique city pair on a specific date can result in hundreds of options, if you add capabilities available to shop for alternate airports and alternate dates, the response matrix returned can have thousands of options to choose from. Sabre has introduced new capabilities to help developers deal with large volumes of data, including pagination and […]
September 1st, 2016 by Chris Apaliski
You’ve given us feedback and we’ve heard you. Part of continuing our self service model for Sabre Dev Studio’s open developer platform relies on giving developers the tools they need to succeed. Therefore, as of today (September 1, 2016), you’ll be able to find all release notes posted from this point on in our centralized release notes section.