Post Tagged with: "programming"

Chase Website Relaunch Takes Cues from Mobile App

Chase Website Relaunch Takes Cues from Mobile App

by March 10, 2016 at 10:39 am 1 comment

Chase’s new online banking portal takes a page — or hundreds of pages, rather — from its mobile app, which is the nation’s most popular bank app with more than 22 million users. The site, developed over the course of 18 months, is being rolled out in stages throughout 2016, withRead More

MasterCard’s Embrace of APIs Leads It to Smaller Clients

MasterCard’s Embrace of APIs Leads It to Smaller Clients

by July 23, 2015 at 11:55 am 3 comments

MasterCard Inc. has confirmed what many suspected: that is application programming interface, or API, offerings are leading to a larger population of smaller clients at the payments network. At a NYPAY Meetup last night in New York, Brien Buckman, who heads MasterCard’s API skunk works at the payment company’s swank Tech HubRead More

PayPal Rebrands, Relaunches Developer Kit

PayPal Rebrands, Relaunches Developer Kit

by May 14, 2013 at 5:27 pm 0 comments

Developers have long used PayPal’s Mobile Payment Libraries to develop in-app mobile payment functionality. But yesterday PayPal quietly completed the rebranding and relaunch of Mobile Payment Libraries as Mobile SDK with the introduction of SDK for Android. (IOS Mobile SDK was introduced last March.) Mobile SDK, apparently, is expected to betterRead More

At Capital One, Open APIs Aren’t Really Open

At Capital One, Open APIs Aren’t Really Open

by March 15, 2013 at 3:27 pm 1 comment

Capital One Financial Corp. introduced its application programming interface, more commonly known as an API, to some tech-industry fanfare last October. While an API is a protocol that allows software platforms to communicate with each other, Cap One’s APIs — there are four — are a heck of lot less openRead More