Welcome to the Visa Developer April 2021 Release Notes that include key features introduced in this release.
Visa Crypto APIs:
The Visa Crypto APIs are intended to enable any eligible issuers to provide buying, selling, and custody of digital currencies (initially bitcoin) to their customers directly from their native digital products. The solution can give issuers the tools to attract new customers as well as increase engagement for their current base by offering crypto features that come without the heavy implementation lift. Visa intends for its Visa Crypto APIs to offer real-time price quotes, best-price order execution, and a secure ledger of assets that are built to work with any front-end user experience. For issuers looking to keep their crypto-minded users within their product ecosystem, these APIs could bring the capabilities they need and the confidence to scale with Visa as their trusted partner in the rapidly evolving space of crypto.
Note: This is currently rolled out as a restricted product in Sandbox only. If you are interested in using testing Visa Crypto APIs, please contact your sales representative or email [email protected].
We’ve launched a new and improved “Tutorials” section in the Visa Developer Community! Now you can more easily search for guides, videos, and other training materials to help you troubleshoot and solve common issues.
Refer to Tutorials - Visa Developer Community for more details.
Visa Alias Directory Service – Resolve API
Note: There is no impact to existing clients using the Resolve API Version 1. However, clients are encouraged to upgrade to Resolve API Version 2 to benefit from these enhancements.
Refer to the Visa Direct Alias API Guide for more information and examples.
Welcome to the Visa Developer March 2021 Release Notes that include key features introduced in this release.
Visa RTX is an access channel into Visa’s new payment services designed to provide simplified consumption of multiple services through a single connection and provide an aggregated client experience.
Refer to Visa RTX for more details.
Welcome to the Visa Developer February 2021 Release Notes that include key features introduced in this release.
The Visa In-App Provisioning Software Development Kit (SDK) simplifies the technical integration requirements necessary to push consumer card credentials seamlessly from within a mobile app directly to Apple PayTM, Google PayTM and Samsung PayTM. The SDK provide a seamless, secure method for cardholders to pass their card details from the client’s mobile app to the wallet of their choice, eliminating the need to enter their card information separately. For issuers and mobile app developers, the SDK improves speed to market, reduces expense, and removes the complexity of direct integration to multiple mobile wallets.
The Visa In-App Provisioning SDK can play a critical role in easily enabling digital provisioning flows for clients who are looking to support digital issuance use cases across the card account life cycle.
Refer to Getting Started with Visa In-App Provisioning SDK for more details.
Note: The Visa In-App Provisioning SDK is a restricted product. If you are interested in using the Visa In-Provisioning SDK, please contact your sales representative or email [email protected].
Welcome to the Visa Developer January 2021 Release Notes that include key features introduced in this release.
Visa B2B Payment Controls offers authorization-based payment controls solutions for B2B market segments such as Government, Corporate, Commercial and Small Business. This service allows more security and safety for commercial payments and provides issuers and their third-party providers with spend protection mechanisms.
Refer to Visa B2B Payment Controls for more details.
Online Card Not Present (CNP) fraud is a major concern for card issuers today, and by using dCVV2 and the Keyno solution, dynamic data is introduced into the authorization message, which helps prevent fraud. Keyno is integrated with dCVV2, so with minimal effort card issuers can implement this powerful solution.
Refer to Keyno use case to see how Keyno used Visa’s dynamic CVV2 (dCVV2) APIs to provide a turnkey and easy to implement fraud prevention solution for Visa card issuers.
Check out updates for Visa Direct to learn how Visa Direct can drive growth for you and your clients with fast, convenient and secure payments worldwide. Help your customers to send and receive money efficiently, securely, and seamlessly to billions of endpoints globally with Visa Direct.
Refer to Case Studies section to see how other companies integrated Visa Direct into their innovations:
Production onboarding is the final step to launch your solution. When you are ready, we will guide you through our onboarding workflow to help ensure that the end product meets our expectations before we provide access to our network.
While every solution is unique, each VDP API product has well-defined principles for onboarding acceptance. Some projects can move to production in as little as two weeks, while others may take multiple months. The onboarding schedule depends primarily on factors such as Sandbox readiness, API Product complexity, and commercialization prerequisites. A firm estimate can only be provided after Visa understands your design and requirements. Once your solution is approved and available for your customers, we’re here to support you should issues arise in production.
Refer to Visa Developer Onboarding for more details.
Sample code illustrating how to perform message level encryption in Java, C#, Golang, NodeJS, PHP, Python, Ruby, Postman and SOAPUI.
Visa Checkout SDK for iOS, Version 7.2.0 - Guide, libraries and sample app for VCO Mobile SDK for iOS. Compatible with Xcode 10.0 or later, supporting iOS 11 or later.
To download these assets, log in to Visa Developer and go to Project Dashboard > Assets.