Some of the most popular articles on this website are tutorials for using PHP code that I have written specifically to interface with each of their respective Authorize.Net’s APIs. It started with the Integrate the Authorize.Net AIM API with PHP … Continue reading
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This series of articles demonstrates how to accept payments online using PHP and Authorize.Net. This is a practical tutorial as it uses real world scenarios and production ready code so readers can build safer and easier to maintain ecommerce websites. Source code is made available for download as well. Continue reading
Just like Authorize.Net’s Advanced Integration Method (AIM) API and Automated Recurring Billing (ARB) APIs, working with their Customer Information Manager (CIM) API isn’t difficult if you have suitable code to work with. The sample code offered by Authorize.Net will demonstrate … Continue reading
Just like Authorize.Net’s Advanced Integration Method (AIM) API and Customer Information Manager (CIM) API, working with their Automated Recurring Billing (ARB) API isn’t difficult if you have suitable code to work with. The sample code offered by Authorize.Net will demonstrate … Continue reading
Handling Authorize.Net Silent Post submissions with PHP, or any language for that matter, is easy. It’s really no different then receiving a form submission. You just need to know to expect. I took care of that in my All About … Continue reading
One very common topic at the Authorize.Net developer forums is their Silent Post feature and how it works. In fact, how it works seems to be the most common question by far. For better or worse, Authorize.Net’s documentation seems to … Continue reading
Working with the Authorize.Net AIM API in and of itself is very easy to do. Between the integration guide and sample code a good programmer can have a working solution in only minutes. But this code is for demonstration purposes … Continue reading