Posts Tagged: Paypal

Austin API Summit Wrap Up

A beautiful view from the Palmer Event center in Austin!

Mic check. 1-2-3. Earlier this week, Nordic APIs held a 2.5 day event, jam-packed with workshops, 30 speakers, and critical insights on building success in the API ecosystem. This was our first ever conference in Austin, and our 2nd ever Nordic APIs event in the United States. Read more

The Importance of APIs for Payment Platforms

APIs have transformed the way we purchase, and now they are poised to completely change our payment experience. Customers increasingly demand secure, interconnected, and intelligent digital payment services. Across the whole range of the payment space the most forward-looking companies embrace an API-first approach in their product development. Read more

10 Payment APIs: Accept Credit Cards, Bank Accounts, BitCoin, and More

For the longest time, if you wanted to make or receive payments on the web, PayPal was the only option you had. Back then, the process wasn’t necessarily as user-friendly as it is today – but they did simplify how users could transfer money. Read more

4 Design Tweaks to Improve API Operations

We’ve previously discussed best practices when it comes to designing an API with quality developer experience. But what will the long term operational repercussions be for the design moves we make now?

For example, if URLs are designed without metadata to describe actions, later on, product owners will have a difficult time staring at unintelligible logs. Read more

The Brilliance of Spotify Internal APIs to Mitigate Payment Complexity

The Brilliance of Spotify Internal APIs to Mitigate Payments

Adding new layers of complexity within a digital service without sacrificing user experience is a difficult endeavor. Especially for platforms that accept online payments and subscription formats, maintaining support for an increasing number of payment methods is deceptively complex.

Users don’t want to think too much about the payment process. Read more