this event will be very useful for all the companies/developers that need to interact or implement new payment methods, definitely an important topic to master in any digital "Swiss Army knife"!
AGENDA (110 seats available)
18.45 - 19.45/20.00 Web Payments: Introducing new browser APIs for easier online purchases
20.00 - 20.30 QA + Networking
Web Payments: Introducing new browser APIs for easier online purchases
Ever given up paying for something online because the checkout process was too long and complicated? What if you could just pay with your fingerprint? Introducing "Web Payments", new APIs to make online payments easier and more secure. The first of these, the Payment Request API, is now supported across multiple browsers on mobile and desktop. For us developers, it can help us avoid complicated checkout flows and quickly collect our users' payment and shipping details. For our users, it provides a consistent, easy and secure checkout process across all supporting websites. Also coming up: the Payment Handler API will allow web apps to provide their own payment options, responding to Payment Requests via a service worker. In this talk, we'll check out the potential for our checkouts!
Peter is a web developer advocate at Samsung Internet. He has been a developer in various industries since 2003, with a growing focus on the latest web technologies. Previously he helped the world's largest education company to experiment with new technologies and led the development of a global Bluetooth Low Energy locker app. These days he can generally be found messing around with web APIs, writing blog posts and inventing terrible puns to inflict on his colleagues.