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Integrating PayUmoney payment gateway in PHP

10 Jun

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Today I am going to explain, how you can integrate PayUmoney in your custom PHP based website. In initial stage of plan to integrate PayUmoney to the website seems to be little confusing to those who are not doing regular coding but once you get involved, it seems to be easy one.  If you have gone through the technical document of PayUmoney, then most of the things are clearly mentioned as easy to understand.

Here is the step by step guide to integrate PayUmoney payment gateway in your site:

  1. Go to https://test.payumoney.com/ and sign up as a merchant account.
  2. At time of sign up you need to use your valid email id.
  3. Then fill all required business details. Use this details for PAN no. ABCDE1234F (use your PAN Number) and DOB – (dd/mm/yyyy) .
  4. Add your bank detail, note you can add whatever bank name and details use this IFSC – ALLA0212632 in place of IFSC.
  5. Don’t worry about bank details verification as you know this is your test account only.
  6. Once your required steps are completed and your account is live,then write mail to support team : (techsupport@payumoney.com) for activating your account and to provide salt key.
  7. Now after activation you can get your key go to Manage Account ⇒ My Account ⇒ Merchant -Key Salt copy your key and paste in your code.
  8. After receiving you salt key, you are ready to test the code which can be downloaded from PayUmoney site also.

I hope following these easy steps, you can easily integrate PayUmoney to your website.

Sample Code

You can also download the sample code from github.com

https://github.com/payumoney-india/PayUMoney_PHP_Module/archive/master.zip

 

Note:- Don’t forget to change the Merchant Key & Salt in the code.

 

Must have skill for Web Developer

6 Sep
It’s hard to know where web development will go in  next 5 years, but those who follow standards bodies or at least read tech blogs have a much better understanding of upcoming changes and growing trends.It’s not enough to follow the industry. Web developers must also understand their users and how they use the product. Analytics tools like StatCounter and Google Analytics and Clicky are my favorites for gathering basic metrics of user interactions.

 

1: One of the “Big Three” (.NET, Java, PHP)

Unless there is a radical change in the development world , most developers will need to know at least one of the Big Three development systems — .NET (VB.NET or C#), Java, or PHP — for the near future. It’s not enough to know the core languages, either. As projects encompass more and more disparate functionality, you’ll need to know the associated frameworks and libraries more deeply.

2: Web development

Web development is not going away anytime soon.  Companies have been demanding more and more who really know how to work with the underlying technology at a “hand code” level. So bone up on JavaScript, CSS, and HTML to succeed over the next five years.Web developers must be able to code. This is supposed to sound obvious. An effective web developer must be able to write syntactically valid HTML, CSS, and even JavaScript.

3: Soft skills

Soft Skill is must for  every developer.They are being brought into more and more non-development meetings and processes to provide feedback. For example, the CFO can’t change the accounting rules without working with IT to update the systems. Writing code is not the only thing that a developer should know, he/she should be able to present what ever they have written.

4: Agile methodologies

Many small companies are either adopting Agile or running proof-of-concept experiments with Agile. While Agile is not the ultimate panacea for project failure, it does indeed have a place on many projects. Developers with a proven track record of understanding and succeeding in Agile environments will be in increasingly high demand over the next few years. Few people thinks that it is only for project managers but they are not true. This is one of the important skill that every developer should learn.

5: Domain knowledge

Hand-in-hand with Agile methodologies, development teams are increasingly being viewed as partners in the definition of projects. This means that developers who understand the problem domain are able to contribute to the project in a highly visible, valuable way. As much as many developers resist the idea of having to know anything about the problem domain at all, it is undeniable that increasing numbers of organizations prefer (if not require) developers to at least understand the basics.

6: Testing

All web developers must be able to test their code in multiple browsers. It’s easy to test for our own personal browser of choice and ignore the rest, but the web is about diversity and the browser landscape is very diverse.

JavaScript testing also falls under this category. Developers must use tools to detect and debug scripting errors. Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer all come with built-in developer tools that allow you to step through JavaScript and execute code in an interactive console.
If you are going to write code, you must be prepared to make sure that it works.

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