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.
REVISED May 12, 2016 – Please note that the deadline for the TLS update has been moved out to June 2017
As a leader in Financial Technology, PayPal’s mission is to provide simple, affordable, secure and reliable financial services and digital payments. To accomplish this mission, we constantly evaluate our security posture – which includes […]
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 […]
The new Transactions dashboard, launched recently, is also referred to as “API call history”. It provides histories of the transactions (API calls) made by applications in the sandbox and live environments. It provides details such as the date of the transaction, type of the transaction, status, amount, as well as the details of the API […]
It’s that time of year again, when you vote on what sessions you want to see at the next iteration of SXSW in Austin. This year, we have a number of great talks that we would love your votes and comments on:
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 […]
To continue our policy of ensuring the highest level of security for our merchants, developers, and consumers, PayPal is making upgrades to the SSL certificates on all web and API endpoints.
Merchants and developers will need to ensure that all required upgrades are implemented, as described below, to prevent an outage to your payment processing, […]
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