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PHP Payment Library for Paypal, and 2Checkout (2CO) | Md Emran Hasan (phpfour)

PHP Payment Library for Paypal, and 2Checkout (2CO)
Using PayPal’s Instant Payment Notification with PHP - NETTUTS
Transactions iPhone
Receive credit card payments on the iPhone
You set it up by linking it to your PayPal or merchant account, and then you can just hand it to a customer to type in their credit card number and amounts. I can imagine this being super-useful for all sorts of in-home service situations. [via @dthompson]
Transactions makes credit card processing away from the home or office effortless. Using two of the most popular payment gateways in the world Transactions allows anyone to easily accept credit cards. Great for delivery services, in home contracting or consulting, flea markets, garage sales, trade shows, or anywhere payments are needed away from a computer
Google Checkout: store gadget
create online store using google docs - no coding required
"The Google Checkout store gadget allows you to quickly and easily create an online store using a Google Docs spreadsheet."
The Google Checkout store gadget allows you to quickly and easily create an online store using a Google Docs spreadsheet
simpleCart(js) - Javascript Shopping Cart by The Wojo Group
No databases, no programming, no headaches. A simple javascript shopping cart in under 20kb that you can setup in minutes. It's lightweight, fast, simple to use, and completely customizable. All you need to know is basic HTML.
This is really a cool tool for adding shopping cart to your website. But also checkout the navigation system on documentation section.
How to set up an e-commerce site using PayPal to process - Ars Technica
A simple subscription billing service made just for developers | Recurly
Recurly handles all the complexities of subscription billing.
Recurly handles your subscription needs from end-to-end: recurring billing, upgrades and downgrades, cancellations and refunds, declined payments, sending receipts and past-due notices, and more. Recurly is a complete recurring billing system for your subscription needs.
Apparent Software blog » Blog Archive » “Is PayPal good for your microISV business?” A short PayPal horror story
If you’re selling anything and use PayPal as your only payment option, I urge you to reconsider. They can cut your oxygen supply right at peak of your success, of course “for your own protection”.
PayPal ってこんなにすごい! | 開発者ブログ | CMONOS
PayPal を使ってお金を受け取る方法. いつか使うかも.
Slash7 with Amy Hoy - Google is Evil, Worse than PayPal: Don't use Google Checkout for your business
So, to sum up our experience with Google Checkout: they did not try to contact us to resolve any issue; there’s no way to find out why they closed our account, due to “security reasons”; there was no notice (we found out by accident, when we tried to pay for something with Google Checkout); they kept over $200 of our money; there is no appeal; there is no one we can contact; we cannot open a new account; our money is gone, even though people have received their products. | the easiest way to sell
La vente en ligne simplifiée, sans inscription, tout simplement génial! – Alexis Christoforou (a_christoforou)
Hacker News | Ask HN: how do you process payments?
comments by devs re paypal, google checkout,, etc.
Introduction To Online Payments - TL;DR: It's A Total Bitch - Meat In The Sky Blog
As far as I'm concerned, there are three real options: PayPal Website Payments Pro; Braintree Gateway + Account; + Merchant Account
Online payments are a bitch. Just over a decade ago, you had to hook up your online commerce system to an actual terminal that would send bleeps and bloops to the gateways, but even today, it's not much better. There are still a plethora of players who have to touch your information to process a simple credit card transaction, and each and every one of them gets to take a little bit of your money and introduce their own technical hassles. While there are never any easy answers - every option has pretty severe tradeoffs - I'm going to try to shed some light on how the process works and look at some of the major players/options you have for accepting payments on your website.
Making a Donation Center With PHP, MySQL and PayPal’s APIs – Tutorialzine
PayPal provides numerous APIs and integration options for third-party developers. One of these is the Donation button, which you can generate straight from PayPal’s site and include directly into your pages. Conversion rate for these buttons is typically minimal, but the right incentive can make a big difference. The idea is to have a dedicated Donation Center. This is a place, where you get to see what a difference your donation would make, and a list of people who have already donated. After choosing the amount you wish to donate and clicking the button, you are redirected to to complete the transaction. After this is done, you are redirected back to the donation center where you can fill a form and get included in the official Donor List.
15 Uniform Payment Options Icon Sets for Ecommerce Design - Speckyboy Design Magazine
amazing payment / card icons
Why did so many successful entrepreneurs and startups come out of PayPal? Answered by Insiders
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Top 5 Ways to Earn Immediate Cash Online
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