The Plaid API allows developers to integrate transaction and account data from most major financial institutions into third party applications. The data includes merchant names, street addresses, geo-coordinates, categories, and other info. The API uses REST calls and returns JSON. An account is required with service.
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The Plaid Java SDK by Plaid allows to interact with the API to implement financial features into web services and applications. Resources include installation, basic usage, access token, and dependencies.
The Plaid Python SDK by Plaid allows to interact with the API to implement banking and financial features into web services. Documentation includes code to add user, upgrade accounts, and get transactions.
The Plaid Node.js SDK by Plaid allows API interaction to implement financial and banking features into applications. Resources include public endpoints and authenticated endpoints, in addition to call backs, error handling, support, and tests.