We’ve received quite a few questions recently regarding how CardConnect is different than processors like PayPal (who also owns Braintree) and Stripe, so I thought it would be a timely topic for a blog post. The biggest difference comes down
Remember when I said I’d cover custom .jar files? Here it is: my follow-up to creating your first Java Concurrent program. In the previous post, we covered all the steps necessary to create, compile, deploy and run a Java Concurrent
Writing your first Java Concurrent Program can be intimidating. You could probably accomplish the same result using a combination of UNIX shell scripting, SQL and PL/SQL, right? But when an opportunity arose recently for me to embed REST API calls
CardConnect is a leading provider of payment processing and technology services that helps more than 50,000 merchants across the U.S., from Fortune 500 companies to small and mid-sized businesses, accept billions of dollars in card transactions each year.
The company’s patented tokenization and gateway solutions make payment acceptance simple, integrated and secure.