Better Development starts with Better Documentation

August 30th, 2018 by

We’ve listened to your feedback. We’ve looked at the gaps in our API documentation, comparing ourselves to best-in-class examples, and are determined to work

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Searching for the best Air offers with the Bargain Finder Max API

August 22nd, 2018 by

We offer an API called Bargain Finder Max. It’s a highly capable service empowering software developers to access Sabre’s advanced air shopping product to find

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User Feedback Guides the Developer Experience

July 17th, 2018 by

The annual Sabre Travel Exchange (STX) is one of our marquee events to connect with customers and partners to showcase all the advances we are making in the world of travel technology. A large part of STX includes a developer track, aimed at educating 3rd party developers across the travel industry on how Sabre products and services can help them make amazing travel applications. These developers spend four days participating in intensive workshops and training […]

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One search does not fit all – diversify and create traveler persona rules for Bargain Finder Max

June 29th, 2018 by

It’s true, one search does not fit all. As an example, search criteria for leisure travelers differ from a corporate travelers search criteria, e.g. a leisure traveler may value the absolute lowest fare regardless of connection time while a business traveler may want to see more nonstop flight offers. Sabre’s new Air Shopping Rules Manager makes it easier to break out of the one search fits all mode. You can now create traveler persona rules […]

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    3 Big API Trends: My Nordic API Summit Trip Report

    June 26th, 2018 by

    I attended the Nordic API Summit in Austin this June. It was focused on a cool tech topic that we considered over a few hot Texas Summer days. We gathered together at the Palmer Events Center to escape the heat while exchanging best-practices and pro-tips regarding everything about APIs. API stands for application programming interface. I refer to them as the digital tools that programmers use when building their applications. If your company does something […]

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