The Authorize.Net .Net SDK lets developers integrate their .Net applications with the Authorize.Net API. The SDK enables them to authorize payments, and request for other information on their .Net applications using Authorize.Net services.
The W3C Web Payments Working Group has published working drafts of Web Payments HTTP Specifications that include the Web Payments HTTP API 1.0 and Web Payments HTTP Messages 1.0. The two specifications are designed to work together to enable payment requests outside of a browser context.
In January of 2020, Google discovered a wave of fraudulent transactions that were taking place on the Chrome Web Store. As a result of these actions, Google suspended the ability to publish or update any commercial Chrome extensions and later suspended use of the platform’s payment API.