The Authorize.net Ruby SDK by Authorize.net allows communication with the API to implement authorization features into applications, specifically beneficial to verify payments with credit cards. Three steps show how install the SDK, create a Ruby file for a new transaction, and run the program.
X.commerce is the new brand for the developer commerce tools that include the eBay API and PayPal API. The first conference under this new brand is coming in October to San Francisco. As a media partner, we have a promo code, as well as a little more information about how the company is looking to create a sum greater than its parts with the X.commerce platform.
How can developers make money? That’s a big question in the mobile app space, and the answer is changing. There has been a gradual recognition over the past few years that one-time payment for apps (those “paid apps” that we avoid downloading if we can) is not the happy-face solution for most developers aiming to be compensated adequately for the creative work they do.
Twenty APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including DevOps, File Sharing, Testing, and Banking. Also new to the directory are several APIs from Visa for payment processing and an API for DataKitchen 'DataOps' software. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.