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Mastercard recently announced the Mastercard Innovation Engine. The engine acts as a marketplace for next generation digital customer experiences. The marketplace allows Mastercard and collaborators to offer API access to customer-focused digital experiences through plug and play solutions.
Global payments giant Visa is hosting a three-day hackathon beginning on May 3 that calls on developers to build apps that can help small businesses better prepare for and recover from natural disasters using APIs from the Visa Developer Platform, FEMA and business continuity planners.
While brick-and-mortar shopping is not dead, it certainly isn't surviving without it's eCommerce counterparts. Powering eCommerce technology are Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs. Here, we take a look at some notable eCommerce APIs that can be found in the ProgrammableWeb directory.
On Monday, Visa unveiled a suite of beta APIs, specifications and developer tools for a new payments platform called Visa Next that the company says "opens [the] door to digital-first payment experiences." Using the beta APIs, Visa issuers and processors will be able to add cards to the platform.
Payment options are not limited to cash, checks, or credit cards anymore. ECommerce and mobile tech have transformed the ways people buy goods and services in the past few years. Driving the new options are APIs. Here's a list of top APIs for Payments, according to traffic on ProgrammableWeb.
Looker has introduced a number of new developer tools to extend both its use to the business community and the developer community. A new SDK and set of open source tools aim to support new Looker apps and use cases through third parties, and four new visualizations provide new business insights.
Many of us have a love/hate relationship with appointment reminders. Maybe the least annoying notification is a text message, and it's also the easiest. The Twilio REST API lets you create intelligent reminders, and you can also benefit from simple integration with your CRM and reservation systems.
CannaTrac, a provider of a cashless payment solution for cannabis dispensaries and retailers, has announced the launch of an API that allows third-parties to integrate with its offering. The company says that the API will make it easier for third parties to add support for its CannaCard.
At the end of last year, LinkedIn announced major changes to its APIs and developer program. Those changes will soon take effect, and developers need to migrate accordingly by March 1. New developer program features, version 2 of its API, and the use of OAuth 2.0 will all be requirements on March 1.
Smart2Pay is known as a hub for alternative payment solution providers. Its API offers access to main payment processors that aren't typically top of mind for merchants. Now, the company has launched a Mobile SDK that allows app developers to easily accept payment through WeChat and Alipay.
Square has announced the release of a software development kit that provides developers with all the tools necessary to accept payments in their applications via Square. The In-App Payments SDK is available for iOS, Android, and Flutter.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Cryptocurrency, 3D, and Location. Featured today is an API that detemines if email addresses are disposable, and an API for creating panoramic 3D grapics. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Bits of Gold is a leading cryptocurrency exchange in Israel. Although cryptocurrency adoption in Israel continues to lag behind the rest of the world, Bits of Gold believes that an API that allows customers to pay in cryptocurrency and merchants to receive the value in dollars or Shekels will help.
ProgrammableWeb's Most Clicked, Shared and Talked About APIs of 2018: Payments, Banking, Blockchain and Finance
These Most Clicked, Shared and Talked About APIs added to our directory in 2018 in the Financial sector include selections from our Banking, Payments, Currency, Stocks, Insurance, Cryptocurrency, and Blockchain categories. FinTech APIs are what peaked our editors and readers interest this past year.
This segment of the Most Interesting APIs in 2018 includes all APIs encompassing Business and Productivity that made our list. We focus on APIs that streamline and improve business processes, and new technology that can be integrated that may transform how a company or organization does business.
Mergers inevitably increase the IT complexity an organization faces. APIs are universal connectors, so the ways in which businesses monitor and manage their APIs can turn those connections into points of leverage and opportunities for the increased insight and control needed in an M&A.
Google announced the release of the Google My Business API v4.3 with new functionality such as the ability to read and respond to questions and answers from customers, bulk-read reviews, see unclaimed locations that Google thinks you may own, report issues with GoogleLocations results and more.
CARDFREE has opened its order-ahead API for third party integration. Third parties can include order-ahead and payment processing in their existing apps that include support for complex menus, upselling/cross-selling, combinations and much more. The API works seamless on mobile and web.
Cashplus continues to add to its Fintech API suite. Most recently, the company released its Payments API. The API enables small and medium sized business to initiate, approve, reject and submit payments from third party applications. The API can process thousands of transactions simultaneously.
At Intuit’s annual conference, QuickBooks Connect, some details were shared about the latest version of their QuickBooks Online API, currently open to partners. Included was a look at the Payroll functionality, long desired by Intuit’s developer community, and notes on the move to GraphQL.