Until recently, if you have been using the PayPal REST APIs to process payments, you will have seen that the money transacted is always paid to the app owner, known as the payee or receiver. The ability to change the receiver of funds in a transaction by setting a different payee has been a highly […]
PayPal’s Braintree is a core building block for accepting payments on the web, enabling merchants to accept PayPal, credit cards, 3D Secure, Apple Pay, Android Pay, and more.
On October 6th we will begin the process of moving the Adaptive Payments product into a limited release mode. Limited release means a few things for Adaptive Payments in this case:
Adaptive Payments will be restricted to select partners for approved use cases and should not be used for new integrations without guidance from PayPal. […]
At PayPal Developer, we are constantly looking at new ways to expand our outreach into the community to provide the solutions that developers need, where they choose to be. This is why we work within different external communities, such as Stack Overflow to help with technical integrations, and Github for much of our […]
We’ve revised some of the dates originally published in the Security-Related Changes Required to Avoid Service Disruption post from earlier this year.
The dates have been revised in order to give merchants additional time to plan for any necessary changes and to give developers additional time to update their integrations.
The dates in the […]
REVISED May 12, 2016 – Please note that some of the deadlines have changed since this post was originally published. This post reflects the latest deadline dates for security updates.
Beginning in early 2016, PayPal will introduce a number of security-related product updates.
These updates are part of an industry-wide initiative to improve security standards. […]
On November 5th, the Linux Foundation announced a new collaborative project, the Open API Initiative. PayPal is proud to be one of the founding corporate members. This expands our relationship with the Linux Foundation and the open source world, as we are already members of the Node Foundation. This collaborative project establishes an […]
At PayPal, we take security seriously. Since the client-secret in the API world is akin to your password in the web world, it is a well-known security best practice to regularly change the client-secret that your application uses. Regularly scheduled changes to the client-secret keeps the attackers at bay and ensures that your app is […]
Today, we are delighted to launch the much awaited Webhooks support for Payouts. Payouts is a highly convenient mechanism for processing mass payments across multiple accounts in a single API call. With this feature, you can now initiate a payout transaction and receive notifications on your webhook URLs for Processing, Success and Denied scenarios.
Today, we’re excited to announce the Webhooks Dashboard release, which is now available on PayPal Developer Portal. The dashboard comes with a rich feature set providing developers the necessary tools for easier integrations.
With this release, developers can now perform the following functions on the dashboard:
Search Webhook events based on an application Resend a […]
- New REST API Feature: Setting a Receiver for Payments
- PayPal is Now Available Through WooCommerce 2.6 Onboarding Wizard
- Adaptive Payments is Moving to Limited Release – What you Need to Know
- Building the Next Step in Payment Tutorials with Stack Overflow Docs
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