The Delphi ecosystem has dozens of component partners that help developers amazing and complex applications faster. One of them is /n software. They provide a wide range of components for developers.
E-Payment library simplifies E-Commerce development and offers 100+ payment gateways. E-Payment library comes with several complete demo applications, for instance, the ExpressCheckout demo shows you how to obtain payment quickly through PayPal using the ExpressCheckout.
Moreover, thousands of developer across the world love its best features like:
- Credit Card processing and eCheck support
- AVS support
- 256-bit SSL encryption and Digital Certificates
- Check21 electronic check image processing support
- and more
This is an example of fetching a token and redirecting to PayPal’s site
expresscheckout1.OrderTotal = "88.88";
expresscheckout1.ReturnURL = "http://localhost/example/return/url";
expresscheckout1.CancelURL = "http://localhost/example/cancel/url";
expresscheckout1.PaymentAction = ExpresscheckoutPaymentActions.aSale;
// Now check for success and redirect the buyer:
if (expresscheckout1.Ack == "Success")
// Redirect is not a component method and should be implemented externally
Redirect("https://www.sandbox.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_express-checkout&token=" + expresscheckout1.ResponseToken)
Head over and check out the E-Payment Library on the GetIt portal and download it within the IDE
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