Once you've added our Linking Flow to your app, your users can authorize any integration that Merge supports.
The SDKs listed below will allow your app's backend to communicate with Merge and interact with data from those integrations.
ATS Integration SDKs
HRIS Integration SDKs
Accounting Integration SDKs
Ticketing Integration SDKs
CRM Integration SDKs
Important: Note that our SDKs are in various stages of active development. Please contact us at [email protected] with any questions.
If you do not see your language here, get in touch and we can generate an SDK in a very short timeframe. If you would prefer to manually build your own integration with Merge, refer to our API Reference.
Learn to fetch data from the integrations your users have authorized by reviewing the example usage of the Merge HRIS SDK below.
1import time2import MergeHRISClient3from MergeHRISClient.api import employees_api4from MergeHRISClient.model.paginated_employee_list import PaginatedEmployeeList5from pprint import pprint67configuration = MergeHRISClient.Configuration()89# Swap YOUR_API_KEY below with your production key from:10# https://app.merge.dev/configuration/keys11configuration.api_key['tokenAuth'] = 'YOUR_API_KEY'12configuration.api_key_prefix['tokenAuth'] = 'Bearer'1314api_client = MergeHRISClient.ApiClient(configuration)1516employees_api_instance = employees_api.EmployeesApi(api_client)1718# The string 'TEST_ACCOUNT_TOKEN' below works to test your connection19# to Merge and will return dummy data in the response.20# In production, replace this with account_token from user.21x_account_token = 'TEST_ACCOUNT_TOKEN'2223try:24 api_response = employees_api_instance.employees_list(x_account_token)25 pprint(api_response)26except MergeHRISClient.ApiException as e:27 print('Exception when calling EmployeesApi->employees_list: %s' % e)