About the author: Jason heads the API Design team at PayPal, helping development teams design high quality, usable APIs across the platform. He blogs at apiux.com, has a Youtube channel, API Workshop (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKK2ir0jqCvfB-kzBGka_Lg), and co-organizes the AustinAPI.com meetup.
Since 2013, PayPal has been developing a new generation of APIs, using REST […]
Recently a vulnerability was published that affects a particular version of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol, which is used to secure connections to websites. The vulnerability, which only exists in SSL 3.0, allows a cyber criminal to gain access to connections previously assumed secure. Fortunately, SSL 3.0 is not the only option available […]
PayPal’s latest addition to the roster of products taking advantage of PayPal REST API technology gives developers easier access to notifications of payment activities, such as payment status updates. PayPal webhooks are now available, and not only do they enable similar functionality to that of […]
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About the author: Avi (Ananya) Das is a Software Engineer working on Platform at PayPal, where he develops native SDKs, SDK infrastructure, tooling and docs that enable merchants and developers to seamlessly integrate PayPal in their applications.
With the release of the subscription APIs from PayPal, it is possible to create your anything-as-a-service buisness […]
As of today, I am happy to announce that subscription models (what we call billing plans and agreements) have launched as our newest piece of functionality in the PayPal REST APIs.
This long awaited feature will allow you to not just process one time payments, but instead set up and modify entire recurring payment cycles, […]
I’m happy to announce that another great capability was just added to our REST API yesterday: Invoicing. This enables sending and managing invoices through the API and makes a great addition for merchants and even freelancers.
As you might remember there has been a NVP- and SOAP-based Invoicing API at PayPal for a […]
In comparison to other social logins, Log In With PayPal has the added benefit of being able to provide you with extra user information that […]
Today we announced on our PayPal Blog that the REST API is now available globally. In this post I want to cover some new functionality and which features you’ll be able to use in you region.
First of all it is important to know that the our REST API offers 2 different types of […]
About the author: Vaughn Shinall does business development for Temboo, working to connect developers, web services, and more for the next generation of applications.
Want to to use the PayPal and several other APIs without spending hours reading documentation? Then you should know about Temboo.
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