1) I want to integrate Apple Pay on my website (so it's a Apple Pay - Web Integration), using the Braintree payment provider, JS as a client side language and Java as a server side language.
I'm having difficulties creating a proper sandbox environment for my Apple Pay implementation Testing.
Followed the steps from the Apple docs but it seems they are not accurate :
-says to create a Merchant Id, one for sandbox and one for production (as far as I can see, at the moment of creating those 2, there's no way of telling that you want to use one for the development environment and the other for the production)
- after that, says to create a Certificate using the Merchant ID created before; if I sign in to my Apple Developer Account, I can see the 'Development' and the 'Production' sections, but when I try to create a sandbox/development certificate, Apple Pay is not available for it, only in the production section (see below images).
Is there a way to create a Sandbox / Development Apple Pay certificate, or are there any other ways to properly test the Apple Pay integration ?
2) I tried creating a sandbox user tester account from iTunes, but when I tried to login on Itunes on my Ipad which I'm using for testing, I get the following error: 'Itunes account creation not allowed. This Apple ID cannot be used with the Itunes Store at this time. Please try again later.' (I already verified my Apple ID and followed all the steps to activate the account, but without any success)
3) As I was trying to create Sandbox Apple Pay certificates I mistakenly created 2 for the production environment. Could I revoke them without any problems and create another ones ?
If you integrated Apple Pay on the WEB, I would highly appreciate any help, since I'm having such difficulty in simply setting up my testing environment.
Hi, I am basically a software developer looking for a Laravel based admin template with all the Advanced functionalities which can save my tons of hours of production so that i can develop my projects at a quicker pace,can anyone please suggest me regarding this?
I am developing a mobile app and need to have PHP webservice for it to return JSON result.
If I am going to make the service and copy it on my host then connect to it then I will achieve what I want but how about the security of the webservice? and how can I make sure it won't be indexed in Google and also how can I make sure no one will be able to access it with a kind of security?
Im new to programming/coding and wanted to know do you all use notepad or some fancy rendering software that makes things easier? I've seen something on the net once that helped point out errors, for instance if you forget to close a tag.
We (mostly) do not use notepad, we use one of the many IDE (Integrated Development Environment) packages that are available: Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, eclipse, Netbeans etc. Google will lead you to their home pages, so you can decide which one suits your requirements.
Those products are called IDEs (as Richard pointed), we do not use notepads, as they require us to shift our attention from editor to compiler, to runtime, to some terminal or program to show results. Use Visual Studio Code[^], it is above than Notepad, less powerful than Visual Studio, but supports web development of any platform.
The data wasn't showing in the dropdown! I already stated the problem!!
But, never mind because I fixed it on my own by manually building a list before sending it to the view;
public JsonResult GetDriverList()
var x = (from n in cb.GetDriverInfomation("U00250") select n);
List<string> items = new List<string>();
foreach (var item in x)
return Json(items.ToList(), JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet);
I have just configured my local Tomcat to support https in order to test Firebase messaging on my web app. I am able to get to my app now via https - however, when Firebase tries to load I get a bunch of errors indicating that there are too many redirects going on for Firebase. The only redirect is whatever is being done to allow https.
Is there a way to get Tomcat to handle https without incurring redirects in the process?
I am using VS2015 Update 3 with Typescript 2 for VS installed. I have a simple ASP.NET Core MVC web application with a few very simple typescript files. In the root of my project I have a tsconfig.json file with "compileOnSave": true.
I have 4 versions (1.0, 1.7, 1.8 and 2.0) of Typescript installed on my PC in directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript
If I rename the directory: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript" to "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript.bak" so that the typescript compilers are unavailable, then on project build I get the error:
C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\Microsoft\VisualStudio\v14.0\TypeScript\Microsoft.TypeScript.targets(176,5): error MSB6003: The specified task executable "tsc.exe" could not be run. Could not find a part of the path "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript"
Under these circumstances, how is Visual Studio finding the typescript compiler in order to perform the compile on save? It appears that Visual Studio is using a different mechanism for performing compile on save compared to the mechanism used for compiling typescript during project build. Is this the case? If so, what is that mechanism?