When integrating payments into your web application, PayPal is often the first provider that jumps into mind. Although to a new user, PayPal can be overwhelming, as you're faced with a wall of documentation, endless options, and no clear guidelines. In this course, PayPal Payments Integration for ASP.NET MVC, you'll learn how to integrate with PayPal for three key scenarios. First, you'll learn how to take a single payment. Next, you'll discover how to create an E-Commerce style solution which includes products, shipping, taxes, and all that good stuff. Finally, you'll explore how to set up recurring payments which will let you charge your customers on a recurring basis. By the end of this course, you'll have a good understanding of the REST APIs, and you'll be able to add PayPal support to your web application in a fraction of the usual time.
Ben Cull is the founder of Australian payments platform, Pinch Payments. He talks at conferences around the world about his three favorite topics: payments, Web, and beer.
Hey, did you ever notice that PayPal can be a little confusing to integrate with? There are so many endpoints and different configuration settings and to top it off, the documentation doesn't make it exactly clear how you're supposed to integrate for your particular scenario.
My name is Ben Cull, better known as Ben Who Likes Beer, and I've spent years swimming in the murky depths of the financial services industry. Now if you're looking to integrate with PayPal, boy do I have the solution for you, because I've put together a course outlining exactly how to integrate with PayPal for three key scenarios.
Firstly, taking a single payment. Nice and quick, nice and easy. No fuss. This is the simplest and easiest way to get paid.
Secondly, I show you how to create an E-Commerce style solution. Now this includes Products, Shipping, Taxes and all that good stuff.
Lastly, I show you how to set up recurring payments. Now this will let you charge your customers on a recurring basis for figures such as 20 dollars a month, 40 dollars a week, or even 500 dollars a second. The choice is yours.
By the end of this course you'll have a good understanding of the REST APIs, and you'll be able to add PayPal support to your web application in a fraction of the usual time.
The course is called PayPal Payments Integration for ASP.NET MVC and it can be found over on Pluralsight. I hope to see you there! Cheers.