This is the official Payeezy iOS SDK to integrate payments, credit cards, and e-commerce solutions into Apple Pay. A PDF guide in GitHub published by Atul, the same writer of the SDK, demonstrates how to install, create payment tokens, and integrate with Apple Pay. Guide available at https://github.com/payeezy/payeezy_ios/blob/master/guide/payeezy_iOS_SDK042015.pdf
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.
Every year 15 million people are victimized by identity theft in America alone. Identity theft is an ever-present concern in the minds of consumers worldwide and the continued migration of commerce to the internet is only exaggerating the issue. Barzahlen, an online payment solution in Germany, is thinking outside the box and presenting an interesting alternative to online payment. Using the Barzahlen API developers can offer Barzahlen as a payment option in their online stores. Selecting this payment option would allow customers to claim the product online, then take a receipt to a physical Barzahlen location to process the payment in person.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Mapping, eCommerce, and Holidays. Featured today are several APIs for Cloudprinter.com custom printing solutions and an API for ShipNerd shipping services. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.