This short article will show you how to extend PayPal’s .NET API by adding new members to their objects and page-level functions that will help provide a smooth error-handling experience.
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Recently I was tasked with creating a PayPal IPN Listener, so I started with getting familiar with the PayPal Instant Payment Notification (IPN) documentation:
For this implementation I’m using a MVC Web API Controller (VB.Net) for the listener, along with some helper classes/extensions/methods. I’m also using a SQL Server 2012 table and stored procedure to create a notifications log, which allows you to:
PayPal recently introduced a new RESTful API that is more convenient and more powerful than the previous version. In this article, I will show you how to integrate your PHP application with the new PayPal API.
As a lead UI engineer on the consumer web team at PayPal I’ve often seen patterns of mistakes that repeated themselves over and over again. In order to put an end to the most egregious errors we started using JSHint early on in the project. Despite its usefulness in catching major syntax errors, it did not know anything about our code, our patterns or our projects. In trying to improve code quality across the whole consumer web team we needed to find a linting tool that let us teach it how we wanted to code.
In this talk, I plan to identify even more anti-patterns and share best practices for securing your apps (focusing on Node.js and SPA libraries like backbone). I’ll show actual security holes found in code and how you can patch them, too!