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Topic: Mobile commerce


07

Apr

Installing bare metal Concourse CI for Windows .Net deployments

The DevOps mindset is at the core of how we maintain a robust infrastructure here at Judopay, and we’re always on the lookout for anything that can improve our existing toolset.

With that in mind, we have recently looked at the Concourse CI system as a possible continuous integration/build server. The product looks very strong, but documentation for installing is sparse as it’s still in its infancy, so we thought we’d go through some detail and gotchas here for anyone else thinking of giving it a try. read more


26

Sep

TLS & Security update & Deadline

Security is at the heart of what we do at Judopay and as a result, we ensure we’re always staying on top of the latest industry-wide security updates & changes, like PCI.

What is happening?

As you may be aware by now the PCI Security Council released the PCI-DSS 3.1. The main change related to the deprecating of TLS 1.0 & SSL 3.0 as recognised secure protocols. As stated in our previous emails this means that there are a few mandatory updates you need to be aware of.

From October 20th any connection (App/Web/API) to Judopay that is not using the following will not be able to process live transactions. read more


13

Jun

State of the in-app payment experience

 

‘Aaarghh – why are they asking me for all this, all I want is to pay!’

I am often heard growling something along those lines (swearing omitted), when I try to complete a payment from my phone.

As the UX lead at Judopay, when faced with poor checkout experiences – that, I some years ago might have accepted as the painful way of things – now invoke similar reactions in me as when my older relatives are having ‘computer problems’, blood pressure included. read more


23

Mar

Android Pay set to launch in the UK

 

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After launching in the US last year, Android Pay™ is finally coming to the UK. It has enormous potential to make 2016 a very significant year for mobile payments. Android has a 51.9 %* market share in the UK which means millions of Android users will now be able to pay for things quickly and securely with just a single tap, whether in-store or in-app.

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AppCommerce with Judo and Xamarin | Webinar

Learn how to integrate faster and more secure mobile payments into your apps with Judo and Xamarin.


Implement Apple Pay in 7 minutes with Judo

Learn how easy it is to implement Apple Pay with the Judo SDKs


Getting started with Apple Pay with Judo

In this video we discuss the basics of Apple Pay and what is required to get started with using Apple Pay both in-app (card not present) and in-store (card present).


19

Jan

What I learned writing my first SDK

This summer, I came across an opportunity to write my first SDK, so I leapt at it. As developers, there is something very appealing about writing software for use by other developers. It might be because of the sense of solidarity that you’ve made life easier for sisters/brothers in code, or the thrill of a backseat driver finally getting a chance at the wheel. That is until the realisation that the demographic you’re serving will also be the best equipped to critique your output, this is especially true when producing an open source repository.

So below are some lessons (some key, some trivial) that I learned while coding judo’s Xamarin SDK.

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How to register a card on Apple Pay

Find out how to register a card on Apple Pay


04

Nov

Get ready for the holidays – start with a bountiful mobile Black Friday

Black Friday

As an app developer or retailer – you have the sweetest opportunity to engage, and sell – to your loyal customer base in the coming months. Furthermore, this is the time of year to attract and retain new customers with great offers during a time of commercial frenzy.

Experts have predicted that the frenzy of Black Friday can ‘lead to the first £1bn online shopping day in the UK’. A recent survey also suggested that many shoppers have been put off by the frantic in-store shopping experience, and hence ‘only 38 per cent of Britons plan to hit the shops on Black Friday as opposed to 44 per cent last year’.

To help you get ready for the impending holiday season, we have pulled together some tips to make sure your mobile app is prepared when shoppers arrive looking for holiday deals.

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