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Android library for tokenizing credit cards and bank accounts in Balanced Payments.

Current version : 1.0

Requirements

These should be installable via maven.

Installation

  • balanced-android v1.0 is now an Android Library Project. Include it as such in your application.

Usage

Imports

import com.balancedpayments.android.Balanced; // Tokenizing methods
import com.balancedpayments.android.Card; // Credit cards
import com.balancedpayments.android.BankAccount; // Bank accounts
import com.balancedpayments.android.exception.*; // Exceptions

Add a card

appContext should be an instance of your application's context.

Balanced balanced = new Balanced(appContext);
Map<String, Object> response = null;

try {
   response = balanced.createCard("4242424242424242", 9, 2014);
}
catch (CreationFailureException e) {
}
catch (FundingInstrumentNotValidException e) {
}

Map<String, Object> cardResponse = (Map<String, Object>) ((ArrayList)response.get("cards")).get(0);

String cardHref = cardResponse.get("href");

Add a card with optional fields

appContext should be an instance of your application's context.

Balanced balanced = new Balanced(appContext);
Map<String, Object> response = null;

HashMap<String, String> address = new HashMap<String, String>();
optionalFields.put("line1", "123 Street");
optionalFields.put("state", "CA");
optionalFields.put("city", "San Francisco");
optionalFields.put("postal_code", "94102");

HashMap<String, Object> optionalFields = new HashMap<String, String>();
optionalFields.put(OptionalFieldKeyName, "Johann Bernoulli");
optionalFields.put(OptionalFieldKeyCVV, "123");
optionalFields.put(OptionalFieldKeyAddress, address);

try {
   response = balanced.createCard("4242424242424242", 9, 2014, optionalFields);
}
catch (CreationFailureException e) {
}
catch (FundingInstrumentNotValidException e) {
}

Map<String, Object> cardResponse = (Map<String, Object>) ((ArrayList)response.get("cards")).get(0);

String cardHref = cardResponse.get("href");

Add a bank account

appContext should be an instance of your application's context.

Balanced balanced = new Balanced(appContext);
Map<String, Object> response = null;

try {
   response = balanced.createBankAccount("021000021", "9900000002",
                  AccountType.CHECKING, "Johann Bernoulli");
}
catch (CreationFailureException e) {
}
catch (FundingInstrumentNotValidException e) {
}

Map<String, Object> bankAccountResponse = (Map<String, Object>) ((ArrayList)response.get("bank_accounts")).get(0);

String bankAccountHref = bankAccountResponse.get("href");

Add a bank account with optional fields

appContext should be an instance of your application's context.

Balanced balanced = new Balanced(appContext);
Map<String, Object> response = null;

HashMap<String, String> address = new HashMap<String, String>();
optionalFields.put("line1", "123 Street");
optionalFields.put("state", "CA");
optionalFields.put("city", "San Francisco");
optionalFields.put("postal_code", "94102");

HashMap<String, Object> optionalFields = new HashMap<String, String>();
optionalFields.put(OptionalFieldKeyName, "Johann Bernoulli");
optionalFields.put(OptionalFieldKeyCVV, "123");
optionalFields.put(OptionalFieldKeyAddress, address);

try {
   response = balanced.createBankAccount("021000021", "9900000002",
     AccountType.CHECKING, "Johann Bernoulli", optionalFields);
}
catch (CreationFailureException e) {
}
catch (FundingInstrumentNotValidException e) {
}

Map<String, Object> bankAccountResponse = (Map<String, Object>) ((ArrayList)response.get("bank_accounts")).get(0);

String bankAccountHref = bankAccountResponse.get("href");

Contributing

Please add yourself to the CONTRIBUTORS file when you submit your first pull request to the project.

Please follow the code conventions utilized in the existing files.

Tests

Please include tests with all new code. Also, all existing tests must pass before new code can be merged.

  • Install the Android SDK
  • Set ANDROID_HOME to the Android SDK path
  • Create an Android emulator instance. For example, android create avd --force -n test -t android-19 --abi armeabi-v7a. You might want to install one that is optimized for your machine.
  • Run mvn clean install