Better Payments for the Web with the Payments API
Eiji Kitamura, Developer Advocate Google
In recent years the Web Platform has gained many of the capabilities that had been exclusively the preserve of native applications. But one area in which the Web has continued to lag is in the area of payments.
Enter the Payment Request API a way for browsers to manage the user’s experience of paying for things on the Web, and making this faster and more consistent for users and merchants alike.
In this session, Danyao Wang from the W3C’s Web Payments Working Group shows us what the payments API is for and how to use it to make the experience of paying for things on the Web much more pleasant.
About Eiji Kitamura
Eiji is a developer advocate at Google Chrome team working on trust and safety on the web, specialized in identity and payment to make them open, seamless and frictionless.
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