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Yodlee is a financial data aggregator that provides its services to both consumers and businesses. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in California, United States. Yodlee’s technology platform enables its clients to securely access their financial information from a variety of sources, such as bank accounts, credit cards, and investment accounts. Yodlee has developed APIs that allow developers to integrate its technology into their own products and services.

Yodlee’s APIs are designed to enable developers to build financial applications that can securely access and use financial data from multiple sources. The APIs provide a standardized way of accessing financial data, making it easier for developers to build financial applications that can work with a variety of financial institutions. Yodlee’s APIs support a wide range of financial data, including account balances, transaction history, investment data, and credit score information.

Yodlee’s APIs are REST-based and use OAuth 2.0 for authentication and authorization. This means that developers must obtain authorization from the user to access their financial data. Once authorized, developers can use Yodlee’s APIs to retrieve and update financial data as needed. Yodlee’s APIs are designed to be scalable and can handle a large volume of data requests.

Yodlee also provides a sandbox environment for developers to test their applications before deploying them to production. The sandbox environment provides access to a subset of Yodlee’s financial data and allows developers to test their applications without having to access real user data. This helps developers to ensure that their applications are working correctly before they are deployed to production.

The Yodlee sandbox environment provides a test suite that developers can use to verify that their applications are working correctly. The test suite includes a variety of scenarios that developers can use to test their applications, such as adding and deleting accounts, retrieving account balances, and processing transactions. Developers can use the test suite to ensure that their applications are working correctly before they are deployed to production.

Yodlee’s sandbox environment also provides a developer portal where developers can access documentation, sample code, and support resources. The developer portal provides a comprehensive set of resources that developers can use to get started with Yodlee’s APIs and build their own financial applications.

In addition to its APIs and sandbox environment, Yodlee also provides a suite of pre-built financial applications that businesses can use to enhance their own financial products and services. Yodlee’s pre-built applications include account aggregation, transaction categorization, and budgeting tools. These applications can be customized and integrated into a business’s own products and services to provide a more robust set of financial tools for their users.

Yodlee places a strong emphasis on security and has implemented a number of measures to protect its users’ financial data. Yodlee’s platform uses encryption to protect data in transit and at rest. Yodlee also uses multi-factor authentication to ensure that only authorized users can access financial data. Additionally, Yodlee undergoes regular security audits to ensure that its security practices meet industry standards.

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