2012 SVCodeCamp: In App Payments with HTML5

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Presentation on In-App Payments with HTML5 at Silicon Valley Code Camp (October 7th, 2012)

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  • $0.01 USD - $3,000.00 USD2.9% + $0.30 USD (Standard Pricing)5% + $0.05 USD (MicropaymentsPricing)
  • Identitywill come from one of two places, either as a hookinto the client ID server or fromPayPalitself
  • If the user binding is not currently done, we store the information back to the client inventory storeStore inventory information into local storage
  • 2012 SVCodeCamp: In App Payments with HTML5

    1. 1. In-App Payments with HTML5 Building Scalable Game Payment Systems Jonathan LeBlanc Developer Evangelist (PayPal) jleblanc@paypal.com Twitter: @jcleblanc Github: github.com/jcleblanc
    2. 2. Background Developer Evangelist with PayPal and eBay Author of Programming Social Applications Emmy award winner for Outstanding Achievement in Advanced Media Technology
    3. 3. What are we going to talk about HTML5 Toolkit Payments
    4. 4. What are we not going to talk about Physical Goods
    5. 5. Demo - JSWars http://29a.ch/jswars/
    6. 6. Session Breakdown The Architecture The Implementation The Product Webhooks
    7. 7. Session Breakdown The Architecture The Implementation The Product Webhooks
    8. 8. The Players in our Little Game Client & Server-Side Components PayPal Digital Goods (Express Checkout) HTML5 LocalStorage jQuery
    9. 9. Client / Server Side Components Client Components Server-Side Components
    10. 10. How Digital Goods Work Fetch the token Display login lightbox Commit the payment Verify the payment
    11. 11. Fetching Identity Information Client Identity PayPal Server Identity Server
    12. 12. Getting the Token and Lightbox Client Requests Payment Token PayPal Returns Token Payment Lightbox Displayed to User
    13. 13. Fetching Inventory Information Within the Application From Client Inventory Store
    14. 14. Committing the Payment Client Approves Transaction PayPal Returns Transaction Data Client Activates Success State
    15. 15. Storing Data Store Identity Information Store Transaction Information
    16. 16. Verifying the Purchase Client Makes Verification Call to PayPal PayPal Returns Purchase Data for User
    17. 17. Fetching LocalStorage Purchases Local Storage Client Inventory System
    18. 18. Session Breakdown The Architecture The Implementation The Product Webhooks
    19. 19. The Project Code Base https://github.com/paypal/html5-dg
    20. 20. File Architectureindex.html: Sample integrationclient/pptransact.js: Core front-endserver/[LANG]/cancel.[EXT]: Display when user cancelsserver/[LANG]/common.[EXT]: Common functions andvariables.server/[LANG]/identity.[EXT]: Client identity hooksserver/[LANG]/inventory.[EXT]: Client inventory hooksserver/[LANG]/success.[EXT]: Display on payment successserver/[LANG]/pptransact.[EXT]: Server-side controller
    21. 21. Setup Sandbox User Accounts https://developer.paypal.com/
    22. 22. Library & Toolkit Setup Attach the script includes<script src="https://www.paypalobjects.com/js/ external/dg.js"></script><script src="client/jquery-min.js" type="text/javascript"></script><script src="client/pptransact.js"></script>
    23. 23. Picking the Server-Side Language Pick Language and Mobile Support pptransact.init(py, true); //mobile pptransact.init(java); //non-mobile
    24. 24. Creating a Billing Handler pptransact.bill({ userId:[USER ID], itemId:[ITEM ID], itemQty:[ITEM QUANTITY], successCallback: function(data){ //bill success }, failCallback: function(data){ //bill cancelled } });
    25. 25. How the Billing Flow Works Bill Digital Goods Success / Fail Billing Product Request Store Details Storage User Notify User Notification
    26. 26. Creating a Verification Handler pptransact.verify({ userId:[USER ID], itemId:[ITEM ID], successCallback: function(data){ //verify success }, failCallback: function(data){ //verify failed } });
    27. 27. How the Verification Flow Works Get Data Product Storage Success / Fail Verify Purchase Verification Digital Request Goods Success / Fail User Notify User Notification
    28. 28. Session Breakdown The Architecture The Implementation The Product Webhooks
    29. 29. Identity and Payment Hooks Client Identity PayPal Identity Server Server
    30. 30. Identity: verifyUser function verifyUser($userId = 0){ $YourSessionUserId = 888888; $returnVal = ($userId == $YourSessionUserId) ? true : false; return $returnVal; }
    31. 31. Identity: getUserId function getUserId(){ $result = "888888"; return $result; }
    32. 32. Payment: recordPayment function recordPayment($paymentObj = ""){ $userId = $paymentObj["userId"]; $itemId = $paymentObj["itemId"]; $transactionId = $paymentObj["transactionId"]; $paymentStatus = $paymentObj["paymentStatus"]; $orderTime = $paymentObj["orderTime"]; //INSERT YOUR CODE TO SAVE THE PAYMENT DATA }
    33. 33. Payment: verifyPayment function verifyPayment($userId = 0, $itemId = 0){ $result = false; //INSERT YOUR CODE TO QUERY PAYMENT DATA AND //RETURN TRUE if MATCH FOUND return $result; }
    34. 34. Payment: getPaymentfunction getPayment($userId = 0, $itemId = 0){ //INSERT CODE TO QUERY AND RETURN PAYMENT STRUCTURE $returnObj = array("success" => true, "error" => "", "transactionId" => "12345678", "orderTime" => "2011-09-29T04:47:51Z", "paymentStatus" => "Pending", "itemId" => "123", "userId" => "888888"); return $returnObj;}
    35. 35. Inventory Management Hooks Client Inventory PayPal Digital Server Goods Payment
    36. 36. Inventory: getItem function getItem($itemId){ $items = array( array(name => "Mega Shields", number => "123", qty => "1", taxamt => "0", amt => "1.00", desc => "Unlock the power!", category => "Digital"), ...); $returnObj = array(); for ($i = 0; $i < count($items); $i++){ if ($items[$i][number] == $itemId){ $returnObj = $items[$i]; } } return $returnObj; }
    37. 37. Is the Toolkit Right for You? HTML5 Support? Need to Accept Payments? Accepting Digital Goods?
    38. 38. A Few Links The HTML5 Toolkit https://github.com/paypal/html5-dg The PayPal Sandbox (Create Test Users) https://developer.paypal.com/ JSWars Code and Demo http://29a.ch/jswars/
    39. 39. Thank You! Any Questions? http://www.slideshare.net/jcleblanc Jonathan LeBlanc Developer Evangelist (PayPal) jleblanc@paypal.com Twitter: @jcleblanc Github: github.com/jcleblanc

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