The Wyre Checkout may be loaded on a page or in a browser dialog. As a partner developer, you will not have direct access to the customer's personal information. The underlying personal information is exposed only in response to demands made to Wyre lawfully (or, in some cases, in support of security authorization).
The Wyre Checkout can be instantiated in two different ways. Both implementations require an API call to generate Wallet Order Reservations.
Wyre Checkout - Hosted Dialog: A Wyre-branded card payment processing flow as a popup. The API call to generate Wallet Order Reservations returns a parameterized
reservation. The returned reservation is utilized for the Hosted Dialog and inserted into the widget.
Wyre Checkout - Hosted URL: A full-featured, Wyre-branded Debit Card payment processing flow, hosted by Wyre. The API call to generate Wallet Order Reservations returns a parameterized
reservation. The returned URL is utilized for the Hosted URL implementation and opened within in a browser window.
Each wallet order returns a Wallet Order identifier. This
orderId can be used to poll the Get Wallet Order endpoint.
You can also get order status update via webhooks by registering the Webhook (with sales team [email protected]). Learn about Wallet Order Webhooks. Note: The Wallet Order Webhooks are different than our Data Subscription Webhooks
Before going live, you'll want to make sure that you:
- Finalize your Partnership Agreement with Wyre
- Create your production Wyre account and complete KYC
- Configure the Widget for the
That's it! You're now ready to accept confidently verified users into your application's ecosystem.
Apple pay will only work in hosted mode inside Safari and some Opera browsers.
Updated 3 months ago