payload-api 0.2.1

Payload is C# library for the Payload API (https://payload.co/).

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Payload C# Library

A C# library for integrating Payload.

Installation

1) Download

Download the latest
version from GitHub.

2) Include in Project

Include the Payload folder in your Visual Studio project.

NuGet

nuget install payload-api

Get Started

Once you've included the Payload C# library in your project,
include the Payload namespace to get started.

All Payload objects and methods are accessible using the pl static class.

API Authentication

To authenticate with the Payload API, you'll need a live or test API key. API
keys are accessible from within the Payload dashboard.

using Payload;
pl.api_key = "secret_key_3bW9JMZtPVDOfFNzwRdfE";

Creating an Object

Interfacing with the Payload API is done primarily through Payload Objects. Below is an example of
creating a customer using the pl.Customer object.

// Create a Customer
var customer = pl.Customer.create(new {
    email="matt.perez@example.com",
    name="Matt Perez"
});
// Create a Payment
var payment = pl.Payment.create(new {
    amount=100.0,
    payment_method=new pl.Card(new{
        card_number="4242 4242 4242 4242"
    })
});

Accessing Object Attributes

Object attributes are accessible through both dot and bracket notation.

Console.WriteLine(customer.name);
Console.WriteLine(customer["email"]);

Updating an Object

Updating an object is a simple call to the update object method.

// Updating a customer's email
customer.update(new { email="matt.perez@newwork.com" });

Selecting Objects

Objects can be selected using any of their attributes.

// Select a customer by email
var customers = pl.Customer.filter_by(new {
    email="matt.perez@example.com"
});

Use the pl.attr attribute helper
interface to write powerful queries with a little extra syntax sugar.

var payments = pl.Payment.filter_by(
    pl.attr.amount.gt(100),
    pl.attr.amount.lt(200),
    pl.attr.description.contains("Test"),
    pl.attr.created_at.gt(new DateTime(2019,2,1))
).all();

Testing the Payload C# Library

Tests are contained within the PayloadTests/ directory. To run tests enter the command in terminal

 dotnet test

Documentation

To get further information on Payload's C# library and API capabilities,
visit the unabridged Payload Documentation.

Payload C# Library

A C# library for integrating Payload.

Installation

1) Download

Download the latest
version from GitHub.

2) Include in Project

Include the Payload folder in your Visual Studio project.

NuGet

nuget install payload-api

Get Started

Once you've included the Payload C# library in your project,
include the Payload namespace to get started.

All Payload objects and methods are accessible using the pl static class.

API Authentication

To authenticate with the Payload API, you'll need a live or test API key. API
keys are accessible from within the Payload dashboard.

using Payload;
pl.api_key = "secret_key_3bW9JMZtPVDOfFNzwRdfE";

Creating an Object

Interfacing with the Payload API is done primarily through Payload Objects. Below is an example of
creating a customer using the pl.Customer object.

// Create a Customer
var customer = pl.Customer.create(new {
    email="matt.perez@example.com",
    name="Matt Perez"
});
// Create a Payment
var payment = pl.Payment.create(new {
    amount=100.0,
    payment_method=new pl.Card(new{
        card_number="4242 4242 4242 4242"
    })
});

Accessing Object Attributes

Object attributes are accessible through both dot and bracket notation.

Console.WriteLine(customer.name);
Console.WriteLine(customer["email"]);

Updating an Object

Updating an object is a simple call to the update object method.

// Updating a customer's email
customer.update(new { email="matt.perez@newwork.com" });

Selecting Objects

Objects can be selected using any of their attributes.

// Select a customer by email
var customers = pl.Customer.filter_by(new {
    email="matt.perez@example.com"
});

Use the pl.attr attribute helper
interface to write powerful queries with a little extra syntax sugar.

var payments = pl.Payment.filter_by(
    pl.attr.amount.gt(100),
    pl.attr.amount.lt(200),
    pl.attr.description.contains("Test"),
    pl.attr.created_at.gt(new DateTime(2019,2,1))
).all();

Testing the Payload C# Library

Tests are contained within the PayloadTests/ directory. To run tests enter the command in terminal

 dotnet test

Documentation

To get further information on Payload's C# library and API capabilities,
visit the unabridged Payload Documentation.

NuGet packages

This package is not used by any NuGet packages.

GitHub repositories

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
0.2.1 53 9/7/2020
0.2.0 35 8/26/2020
0.1.12 135 2/27/2020
0.1.10 146 1/13/2020
0.1.9 171 12/17/2019
0.1.8 137 12/4/2019
0.1.7 99 12/4/2019
0.1.6 163 6/19/2019
0.1.5 132 6/19/2019
0.1.4 133 6/16/2019
0.1.3 134 6/16/2019