This PHP SDK integrates Joomla VirtueMart checkout page with Remita, and third party applications. Remita enables access to merchants, including schools, churches, service providers and the Federal Government ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) available on Remita to purchase and subscribe to their various products and services.
Along with the growth of APIs in general has come the emergence of the API as a product. Many times a new startup is entirely an API. When the entire company is an API, you'd better choose the right API business model. When the API is the product, or the whole business, many times this means charging developers to use your API. It turns out, it's not just about how much you charge them, but how. This post will look at the many different ways that API-as-product companies are getting developers to pay for access.
Mastercard recently announced the Mastercard Innovation Engine. The engine acts as a marketplace for next generation digital customer experiences. The marketplace allows Mastercard and collaborators to offer API access to customer-focused digital experiences through plug and play solutions.
EVE Online, the internet spaceship game that puts all of it's players into one virtual universe, recently announced plans to license and monetize its EVE Online API. The proposed license would allow developers to make money from apps using the API in return for an annual fee. The details of the new licensing program were released by game developer CCP shortly after it's annual fanfest in Reykjavik, Iceland. EVE's player community quickly attacked parts of the license, prompting CCP to suspend the changes until later this summer when some of the concerns can be addressed.