We highly recommend using Conductor’s client library because it has built-in autocomplete and documentation for every API, request parameter, and response field. This feature is especially helpful for working with the QuickBooks Desktop API.
The following examples show the autocomplete in action in VS Code, though this works in any modern editor.
QuickBooks Desktop object types
Use autocomplete to see the available QuickBooks Desktop object types (e.g. `customer`, `invoice`, `account`, etc.).
Use autocomplete to see each method's request parameters.
Use autocomplete to see each method's response fields.
Use autocomplete to see the available enum values for each request parameter.
Inline documentation for request parameters
Hover over each QuickBooks Desktop request parameter to see its description.
Inline documentation for response fields
Hover over each QuickBooks Desktop request parameter or response field to see its description.