This is Java sample code for the MasterCard Simplify Commerce Online Payments API that demonstrates integration. The Simplify Commerce API is a secure platform to build payments into an app or website. It allows you to add PCI-compliant payment pages to a site, control the user experience, and all of the sensitive payments data is stored on Mastercard servers. Simplify Commerce provides a way to implement an all-in-one payment solution for websites, mobile apps and in-person.
Earlier this year, Google informed the world of its API go to market strategy surrounding Project Glass. Google has initiated its strategy with a private beta for the API, as well as an API name: Google Mirror API. The Mirror API, now in beta, will allow developers to create experiences for Google Glass. Google gave a live demonstration and overview of Project Glass and the Mirror API at SXSW.
With the many vulnerabilities of scraping bank account data causing concerns for some large banks, Wells Fargo recently announced that it intends to create an API to enable integration with accounting software Xero to give small businesses better visibility of their banking data.
More than ever, websites are seeking out revenue opportunities. And for services that provide value, customers are willing to pay. However, if creating an e-commerce system is too much distraction for your development team, try to get yourself in on the Chargify beta.