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.
They say it’s the Age of the Consumer because people have more access to a lot of information about any given product they buy or vendor they do business with. But for all that information one thing most of us don’t have much control over is the rewards programs their credit cards generated points towards every time they buy something.
When your business or product's main access to customers is online, the last thing you want is a stumbling block when it comes to accepting payments. Quick and easy is the name of the game as online shoppers are used to nothing less than instant purchases at the click of a button and the convenient option to use their credit cards. Plastiq is a credit card payment processing and service provider that allows merchants to easily accept credit card payments for their goods and services. The Plastiq API makes it possible for developers to integrate this functionality with other applications.
Apple this week made the Payment Request API available for Apple Pay. The W3C-developed API works in Safari 11.1 on MacOS and Safari on iOS 11.3, allowing merchants and retailers to conduct transactions through Apple Pay, rather than alternatives such as credit/debt cards or PayPal.