Dwolla API

Dwolla
The Dwolla API provides and interface to integrate the Dwolla payments platform into a software application. Dwolla is a payments processor that provides a web based platform which allows users to send, receive, and request funds from any other. Dwolla can be used to share money with friends through Facebook and Twitter. Users can also purchase goods and services through the web and mobile devices. The API provides developers with the functionality to send, request, and retrieve account history and send money between Dwolla accounts. The API uses both REST and SOAP protocol and responses are formatted in XML or JSON.
Specs
Payments
Financial, Mobile
XML, JSON, REST, SOAP
Yes
http://www.dwolla.org/help/
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  • Meetup and Chow Down let's meetup hosts choose a restaurant to deliver food to their meetup. Then when people RSVP yes to the meetup they automatically get an email telling them that their...
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Dwolla API wrapper for node.js Dwolla API wrapper for node.js
Dwolla API client for node.js. Updated to use new Dwolla API endpoints and response format

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Meetup and Chow Down Meetup and Chow Down
Meetup and Chow Down let's meetup hosts choose a restaurant to deliver food to their meetup. Then when people RSVP yes to the meetup they automatically get an email telling them that their meetup is ordering food. The email includes a link where they can go to place their own order. They then pay the host for their order through Dwolla, and the day before the meetup the host goes in and places the final order on his credit card. Everybody's food shows up exactly what they ordered, and exactly what they paid for at the meetup.