The FORT Mobile SDK allows Merchants to securely integrate the payment functions. It also allows Merchants to easily accept In-App payments. Instead of the traditional, time-consuming, and complex way of being redirected to the mobile browser to complete the payment, In-App payments can be completed through our FORT Mobile SDK. In turn, this gives the Merchant'92s consumers a smooth, pleasing user-experience by using In-App payment functions through the native applications.
Payment is a critical piece of any application and new usage patterns have indicated that users are likely to do their purchase from a variety of devices and applications. It is important to create the right experience within the application so that the payment process is seamless to the user. Visa, one of the key players in the payment industry, has announced the launch of its developer program to consolidate all its offerings and push its new digital wallet service, V.me, that is slated to launch in early 2012. The V.me by Visa API is available to developers now for beta testing.
WebRTC is an emerging open standard that is set to transform the world of real time communications (RTC). Basically, it's a technology that enables real time communication between browsers, particularly sound and video. AddLive is a service that supports both WebRTC and non-WebRTC browsers, providing the necessary infrastructure and enabling developers to easily add live video and voice to their applications via the AddLive API and SDKs (software development kits).
Vokoder offers a simple service for the independent artist. If you are just getting going as a professional musician, Vokoder gives you your first e-commerce experience. Artists can upload their music, share links to it, and then get paid for it as visitor’s purchase the artist’s content. This service is so simple, it’s genius. And selling music online has to beat standing on the corner in all kinds of weather playing for pocket change.