Custom Development & API

Learn how to extend or customize PayWhirl features with webhooks, custom scripts and the API.

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Written by Brandon Swift, Ryan Pfleger, and Larry Brager

PayWhirl developers & experts

Need help customizing PayWhirl or integrating with 3rd party apps? Browse our list of experts & developers that can work with PayWhirl's API
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Written by Brandon Swift
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Where can I find the API documentation?

If you'd like to use the PayWhirl API to develop on top of our system
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Written by Brandon Swift
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Where can I find information on PayWhirl webhooks?

You can use certain webhooks with PayWhirl to receive push notifications. See this page for a complete list of webhook events
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Written by Ryan Pfleger
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How to generate API keys for custom development

If you'd like to use the PayWhirl API to develop on top of our system you will need to generate an API key(s)
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Written by Larry Brager
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How to add an item to a customer cart with javascript or jQuery

You can add item(s) to customer carts by making a post request to the /add-to-cart url in your customer portal with javascript or jQuery.
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Written by Ryan Pfleger
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How to customize the invoice template in PayWhirl

You can completely customize PayWhirl invoices to add extra information or remove anything that you don't need to be displayed to customers.
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Written by Larry Brager
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How to hide the price of a specific plan in your customer shopping cart using css

You can hide the price of a plan in your shopping cart (ie. remove $0.00 per month) with custom css in your customer portal.
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Written by Ryan Pfleger
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Android & iOS API development notes

If you are developing a mobile application on iOS or Android you can use PayWhirl's RESTful API
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Written by Ryan Pfleger
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