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Pax is the best way to go Semi-Integrated

And the winner is Pax I have finally made up my mind. I have picked the winner in the battle for the best devices to implement semi-integrated payment processing. This has nothing to do with the fact that I...

Pax Q30 and Sound Payments

As the PinPad and terminal shortage continues to plague the payment industry, and in search of new PinPds that we could use with our payment API, I recently came across Pax Q30. Pax Q30 Q30 is a semi...

Payguardian SDK integration

After successfully integrating into Payguardian Cloud, I decided to continue integrating into Payguradian SDK to deploy ID Tech devices. I chose ID-Tech Augusta for MSR and Chip processing. ID Tech Augusta...

PayGuardian Cloud Integration

A little history Over a decade ago when I was developing my POS software, I discovered BridgePay’s T-Gate, a gateway for both card-present and card-not-present transactions. The time was before the EMV...

DLL or REST API

Over the years, I have participated in many development projects where we could use a DLL (Dynamic Link Library) or use an API. This article will explain the differences between DLL and API, the pros and cons...

Sound Payments Quantum Integration

A couple of days ago, I finally finished an integration to Sound Payments Quantum API. Over the years, I have done many integrations to gateways, payment devices, and services, but this one was very different...

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