mws-advanced - Javascript (node) Amazon Merchant Web Services (MWS) code with mws-basic as it's underpinnings

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mws-advanced provides a modern, fast, and hopefully sensible APIs to connect your Javascript application (node or browser) to the Amazon Merchant Web Services API. mws-advanced uses the straight-forward and very basic functionality provided by mws-simple to provide a much more advanced library for accessing MWS, than what has previously been available in the past.

https://github.com/ericblade/mws-advanced

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