With Sandbox Account Linking, you can now link your existing “unlinked” Sandbox accounts with your Live PayPal Developer accounts. Prior to releasing this new feature, the only way to test in the Sandbox using a linked account was to first create the account using the developer Sandbox Accounts feature in the PayPal Developer portal.
We are excited to announce a new interactive online tool that helps demonstrate how the different PayPal API’s are able to interact in a live working environment. The new tool called PayPal Demo is aimed at Merchants and Developers allowing users to step through a working checkout experience without having to build or develop inside […]
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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.
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