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NetBeans module for Java SDK for Google Checkout APIs released

Posted by inder on August 30, 2007 at 3:22 PM PDT

Do you write Web applications for selling things on the Web? Have you considered integrating Google Checkout to enhance the buying experience on your Website? Besides providing an easy Web-based console for merchants, Google Checkout also provides a powerful REST and XML based API to enable merchants to integrate their backend systems for order processing.

We provide convenient libraries and sample code for various languages including Java, C#, Perl and PHP. But for Java, we go the extra mile. We provide an open-source project Google Checkout Java SDK that provides convenient Java-based handlers to deal with the XML messages sent by the Google Checkout APIs notifications and callbacks.

Of course, tools can make this process even easier. So, I am happy to announce the public availability of the first version of a NetBeans module that provides a wizard-driven interface to integrate the Checkout SDK in any Web project. Here are the instructions to download and install this plugin module in your NetBeans IDE.

We hope to continue enhancing this module based on developer feedback. So, share your experiences with Google Checkout APIs, SDK or this module as comments to this blog. Thanks for reading.

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