There are lots of formats to store or read financial data; Salt Edge is supporting 3 most widely used: OFX, QIF and SWIFT.
Why are these formats so important?
What does this mean for the open-source community? Now, any Ruby developer can use the
salt-parser gem to extract data from financial statements.
require 'salt-parser' require 'pp' ofx = SaltParser::Ofx::Builder.new("spec/ofx/fixtures/v102.ofx").parser account = ofx.accounts.first pp "OFX account", account.to_hash transaction = account.transactions.first pp "OFX transaction", transaction.to_hash ###Other examples qif = SaltParser::Qif::Builder.new("spec/qif/fixtures/bank_account.qif", "%d/%m/%Y").parser pp "QIF account", qif.accounts.first.to_hash swift = SaltParser::Swift::Builder.new("spec/swift/fixtures/sepa_mt9401.txt").parser pp "SWIFT account", swift.accounts.first.to_hash
As for us, contributing to open-source is a helping hand towards a better digital world. Startups are using open-source as much as they can – to cut costs and build a community around their products. Now anyone can help you improve your bits of code.
Feel free to open new issues or feature requests on GitHub page and Salt Edge will improve its code.
Also visit saltedge-examples if you want to integrate our API with your apps.
by Vladimir Pintea, CTO of Spectre API