PayMaya Articles and Announcements
Posted by Diwa del Mundo, Sofia Ang, Jonathan Francisco, John Lawrence Poklay, Jaime Garcia • Friday May 12, 2017 01:12 AM

PayMaya's WooCommerce Checkout Plugin Updated to Support WooCommerce 3.0.6 - May 12, 2017

We've recently tweaked our WooCommerce Checkout Plugin to work with the latest version of WooCommerce. Read our handy guide on how to set it up for yourself!

 

The PayMaya Checkout Demo Video - Nov 3, 2016

Learn how PayMaya Checkout works with this demo video. The video also discusses how you can utilize the PayMaya Checkout API console to access the sandbox environment and view sample code for a variety of programming languages (Ruby, PHP, Node.JS, etc).

 

 


 

WooCommerce Plugin for PayMaya Checkout is Now Available - October 28, 2016

The PayMaya Payment Gateway team is proud to announce the availability of the Paymaya Checkout WooCommerce Plugin. The plugin allows you to easily integrate PayMaya Checkout into your WooCommerce web site. Once the plugin is installed, your WooCommerce can accept VISA and MasterCard payments with PayMaya Checkout. Details are available on the following:

 

https://developers.paymaya.com/blog/entry/the-paymaya-checkout-woocommerce-plugin-is-now-available

 

PayMaya Android SDK v0.8.0 Released - September 24, 2016

PayMaya Android SDK v0.8.0 has been released. The release fixes the following error:

 Error: com.paymaya.sdk.android.payment.PayMayaPaymentException: Unknown Error

To update to the latest version of the PayMaya Android SDK, update your app/build.gradle:

dependencies {
    compile 'com.paymaya:sdk-android:0.8.0'
}

More details on:

https://developers.paymaya.com/blog/entry/android-checkout-sdk-integration-guide

 


Available Now: PayMaya Checkout PHP SDK - August 22, 2016

Good news PHP fans! The PHP SDK is now available in Github and Composer. For more information, visit the following page:

https://developers.paymaya.com/blog/entry/paymaya-checkout-php-sdk-now-available

 


Branded Checkout Page - April 22, 2016

PayMaya Checkout merchants now have the ability to customize their PayMaya Checkout page.

 

A Branded Checkout page provides the merchants' customers a better user experience. Since the PayMaya Checkout redirects the customer from the merchant's web site, a Branded Checkout page with the merchant's logo and color scheme gives a more seamless user experience.

 

For more info, visit our Checkout API Specs.

 


Test Drive PayMaya APIs - April 5, 2016

Calling all developers! In line with our efforts to provide partners with the best integration experience, PayMaya cordially invites you to test drive our payment gateway APIs and SDKs! This will be a half-day event on April 23rd (Saturday) from 10am to 3pm at Voyager's office (12F, 23 ADB Avenue, Anson’s Bldg. Ortigas Center, Pasig City). Registration starts 9:30AM. This is a BYOPC (Bring Your Own Personal Computer) event.

 

We will be serving lunch and gifting participants with a topped-up PayMaya card as token of appreciation. The slots are limited though, so we will get back to you one week before the date of the event to confirm your registration.
 

http://goo.gl/forms/8euFjVcImN

 


[Tech Advisory] PayMaya Checkout v1: Job for sending webhooks not being triggered - February 4, 2016

The incident was reported yesterday, February 03, 2016. As a result, details about checkouts are not being sent to the webhook url/s that you defined.

 

After investigation, it was found out that the cause of the issue is a bug in the scheduling module used by the PayMaya Checkout to process jobs related to webhooks (You can read more about the bug here). The said bug was fixed in the newest release of the module. To resolve the issue in our end, we upgraded the scheduling module to include the fix.