Payment Request API for online purchases using LuckyChips payment gateway
our gateway is so simple. You can have it setup with in the hourthe below form is a sample for a prowager sitebut form will work on all sites with minor edit , this version has a website top up button , to add credit to users accounts.
Then basically the last items on the check list.The payto , This is your the receiver emal address. the account with in lucky chips that excepts the income . the businesses email address.The paytoname , This is your (the) Companys name that show up on our payment screen , When we are processing payments for your company , Receivers Trading name!Itemname , does not take a genius to figure this is the item name , item barcode , item serial , product number or name.
Lucky Chips your easy Secure online digital paymeny Gateway will Send you the information to the "responseurl" Posted by you
Response Method: get
Email Of The user paid
Email Of The Merchant (Your Email)
Your Posted "custom" Data
Your API KEY - For verification at your end
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New web APIs are closing the gap between native and web development. The rise of Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) is a great indicator of that. The typical mobile+web strategy makes less sense now for the great majority of applications. PWAs are a more cost-effective way to engage with your audience when compared to traditional mobile development. Its hard to beat a single and continuously deliverable codebase with a single set of APIs that run everywhere.
A common use-case on mobile apps is for users to purchase items through the app. These items can be physical or virtual as a subscription or a game level-up. On mobile platforms, like iOS, for example, there is a monopoly by Apple for the purchase and payment of these virtual items. Though this position has been seen as negative, resulting in high commissions, fees and a lock-in to a single payment provider; on the other hand, it can bring some value. A single user-experience for the purchase of items throughout all apps on the iOS platform that makes it easier for everyone to buy items in-app, which intuitively optimizes revenue generation for developers.
The experience of purchasing items on the web hasn’t been that easy and streamlined until now. Multiple forms with various input entries and complex workflows that change from website to website are hard for most people and its one of the top causes for shopping cart abandonment.1 It became evident that a better approach was necessary for the Web, especially given the seamless experience available today on mobile apps. Having this native experience as a benchmark, the Payment Request API2 emerged and became a very strong contender to narrow the gap between native mobile and web development, providing a unified and consistent experience to collect payment data from users, without the friction of checkout forms or complicated workflows.
In a nutshell, the Payment Request API makes the purchasing experience:
Fast: users no longer have to fill out the same details repeatedly across different sites, payment details are entered once and stored in the browser.
Consistent: users will have the same visual experience and workflow when dealing with payments on the web, regardless of the website.
Accessible: the browser controls the input elements so consistent keyboard and screen reader accessibility is assured for every site without any additional development.
The W3C Payment Request API is still at a candidate phase but has built great momentum with major browser vendors. The API is supported in Chrome for desktop and Android, Safari for desktop and iOS, Edge, Samsung Internet Browser and others. Firefox also has been very active in incorporating this new API but its still in development and available behind a configuration flag.
When using the Payment Request API, multiple payment methods can be provided. These payment methods will fall into either one of two available categories: Basic Card or Payment Apps.
The basic card method is a model to facilitate card-based payments such as credit, debit or prepaid card payments. It is possible to restrict the payment to certain card types such as credit or debit but also to certain card networks such as Amex or Visa. When using the payment method, the API caller is essentially collecting raw payment card data from the user. As we will see further, this has PCI compliance implications.
The payment apps method facilitates payments using other 3rd party payment processors or wallets such as Apple Pay, Google Pay and others. These payment processors could use any form of actual payment type such as cards, bank transfers, e-money, cryptocurrencies, etc