Payments and mPOS provider Miura Systems has launched of a comprehensive mPOS SDK designed to offer developers a simple-to-use, best-in-class set of tools which will significantly reduce the time now taken for partners to deliver payment or retail solutions based upon the innovative Miura platform.
This latest offering has been designed so that even developers with little payments or retail experience can take
advantage and start integrating with Miura’s leading range of hardware today.
Architecting the SDK around a familiar mobile development environment ensures there are no new processes or features to learn, while out-of-the-box example projects show how easy it can be to plug in Miura payment or retail hardware to existing POS applications and take immediate advantage of all that Miura can offer.
To help developers further, Miura has included example applications to demonstrate how the key components of both payment and retail services can be easily integrated into a mobile environment.
Unlike proprietary payment SDK’s that are traditionally complex in logic and structure, this is an SDK architected as a high level wrapper which can easily handle the dynamic nature of today’s mobile operating environments with synchronous, event driven interfaces that provide optimum performance without compromising the freedom of developers to customise and adapt how they integrate.
Also included is an out-of-the-box turnkey test environment featuring Remote Key Injection and terminal configuration that are critical in the design and development of cost effective, operationally viable solutions.
With the new SDK developers no longer face lengthy project cycles and can start accelerating time-to-market of any solution, with no need to study up on EMV, payment transaction flows, key management or device configuration. There’s also best-in-class support, tapping Miura’s extensive knowledge as a leader in the mPOS payments and retail space.
An Open Box SDK approach means developers are free to innovate and evolve their offerings without being forced to rely on Miura, and with regular updates ensure partners will be kept right up-to-date with new features and services to stay one step ahead of the competition.
The SDK supports iOS and Android, with Windows mobile coming soon, and is complimented by the availability of extensive on-line documentation.