The Dwolla Access API provides an interface to integrate the Dwolla payments platform into a software application. Dwolla provides white label or branded bank transfer payment services, instant bank verification, and a simple yet powerful API for ACH transfers.
The API provides developers with the functionality to transfer money to users, send mass payments, transfer money between users, facilitate bank verification and authorization, and retrieve transfer history. The RESTful API implements HATEOS and HAL, and responses are formatted in JSON.
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The Dwolla .NET SDK by Dwolla communicates with the API to implement payment features into applications. Developers can access installation available on NuGet. This SDK presents DwollaResponse, MassPayJob, MassPayItem, FundingSource, UserNearby, Transaction, Refund, PurchaseOrder, and ScheduleTransaction as serializable types.
The Dwolla iOS SDK by Dwolla communicates with the API to implement payment features into mobile applications. Examples include lines of code to authenticate, send money, fetch account information, grab user's contacts, list a user's funding sources, and register a new account. Developers who work with iOS could create projects related to banking and finance in real time.
The Dwolla Scala SDK by Dwolla communicates with the API to implement payment features into applications. Dependencies are available in the Maven repository. Usage presents how to create an instance of DwollaSdk and call methods of the SDK.
The Dwolla Java and Android SDK by Dwolla allows to communicate with the API to implement payment features into web services and mobile applications. Resources available in Maven and Gradle. Instructions present how to run the sample project.
The Dwolla Node.js SDK by Dwolla allows to communicate with the API to implement payment features into applications in real time. Resources include installation, documentation, and usage. In addition to authentication, examples cover sending money and fetching account information.
The Dwolla Python SDK by Dwolla allows to communicate with the API to implement real time payment features into applications. Installation is available via pip. Sample code presents how to obtain information about a basic account.
The Dwolla Ruby SDK by Dwolla allows to communicate with the API to implement real time payment features into web services. Resources include installation with gem and test with bundle. Examples show how to authenticate, fetch user information, grab user's contacts, list user's funding sources, send & receive money, and obtain user's balance.
The Dwolla PHP SDK by Dwolla allows to communicate with the API to implement real time payment features into applications. To install, developers need JSON and cURL extensions. To start, they can use the variables available in the settings section.