The WePay API is a simple set of low-level calls that can be used to build all sorts of things on top of WePay's payment platform. WePay is a service that allows groups to collect, manage, and spend money. Using the API, users can build applications that allow them to colect donations for a cause, collect money from a group of friends or implement multi-group payment management. The API uses RESTful protocol and responses are formatted in JSON, JSONP and TXT.
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The WePay Android Sample Code by Zach Vega-Perkins demonstrates API interaction with WeCrowd, a project created with WePay Android SDK and API. It presents donations from merchant and payer point of view.
The WePay ASP.NET Sample Code by Brad Oyler demonstrates how to interact with the API to implement payments into applications. It includes code to configure settings, in addition to create a checkout, process pre-approval, and get user information.
The WePay Ruby Sample Code by WePay demonstrates how to interact with the API, providing guides to resource a marketplace. Steps include models, user authentication, API integration, payments, and checkouts.