The PayPal X Adaptive Payments API enable developers to build apps that process transactions by interacting with PayPal. Developers can control the entire transaction within a single interface, which allows payments on multiple platforms, including web, mobile, and others. Adaptive Payments make it possible to create ongoing relationships with customers so they don't have to request user's permission for every single transaction. Adaptive Payments API allows payments to be made in different ways; either directly to the receiver, to multiple receivers, or to two+ receivers in a row (chained payments).
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The PayPal Adaptive Payments Ruby SDK by PayPal allows developers to integrate the PayPal Adaptive Payments API into their Ruby projects and applications. Example code and a sample app are provided in the documentation.
The PayPal Adaptive Payments PHP SDK by PayPal allows developers to integrate the PayPal Adaptive Payments API into their PHP projects and applications. This SDK requires PHP 5.2+ and the curl/openssl PHP extensions.
The PayPal Adaptive Payments Java SDK by PayPal allows developers to integrate the PayPal Adaptive Payments API into their Java projects and applications. This SDK requires Java jdk-1.5+ and Apache Maven 3+.