eWAY is an Australian payment gateway solution that lets retailers process their customers' online payment transactions in real time. Services are available for merchants in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and soon to be available in the United States.
eWAY's Rapid 3.1 API allows developers to integrate the eWAY services into their own web sites and applications. Functionality includes the ability to offer hosted and redirected payment processing, refund processing, setup of automated payments, fraud monitoring and more.
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eWay iOS Sample Code by eWay presents how to integrate payments into Apple devices. Demos show how a credit card be charged when developers modify settings. Methods allow to release shared resources, restart paused tasks, and terminate application.
The eWay Ruby Sample Code by eWay demonstrates API interaction, providing object creation for sending requests and receiving responses. Customer tests and transaction tests aim to facilitate data access of a given client with its respective personal information and credit card details.
The eWay Node.js Sample Code by eWay demonstrates payment integration into applications via tests. Developers can learn how to send requests with customer, card details, name, number, expiration month, expiration year, and CVN data. Responses will show a given anonymous sample as return, in addition to transaction type and capture.
The eWay Java Sample Code by eWay demonstrates how to integrate customers and transactions into payment applications. Each test displays code to send requests and receive responses, using a URL with its respective transactional methods.
The eWay .NET Sample Code by eWay demonstrates how to implement payments into applications. Integration tests allow developers to tests customer creation, transactions, refunds, queries, and settlement searches.