Mollie has been the sponsor of the Dutch PHP Conference for two years now. We have since become active in the Belgian market as well and would like to bring ourselves to the attention of local developers. We regularly sponsor meet-ups, user groups and conferences. This allows us to do something for all those developers […]
Recently, BOOKEO, an online scheduling software and reservation system integrated Mollie as their preferred payment service provider for Europe. Customers of BOOKEO can now easily link their account with their merchant account at Mollie. Usually such integrations of SaaS platforms with Mollie consist of an option to use Mollie for payments and a text field […]
During interviews with developers we are often asked: what does an average working day look like for a developer at Mollie? To publicly answer that question, we’ve interviewed Thijs, who has been a developer at Mollie for about a year now. Thijs, how did you start at Mollie? During my studies at the University of Amsterdam, […]
August 2016 Added the locale parameter to the List methods and Get method endpoints. July 2016 Added the ability to create mandates through the API (if enabled on your account). This is especially useful when pre-existing mandates can be used instead of having to get a new mandate from the consumer. Added the description parameter to […]
At Mollie, we recently switched to Composer to manage our applications’ dependencies. Composer is an application-level package manager for the PHP programming language that provides a standard format for managing dependencies of PHP software and required libraries. Using Composer is considered a best-practice in PHP application development. Before our switch to Composer, we managed dependencies by creating local copies […]
Occasionally, we will add new resources, new fields or new possible values to existing fields to the Mollie API. All changes will be documented in the API changelog. These changes allow you to do more with your current integration with Mollie. In the first four months of 2016, we have launched new APIs to create […]
This week Mollie launched four major updates: we dropped the pricing of iDEAL and Bancontact/Mister Cash, changed the pricing model of our credit card product, launched Mollie Checkout and added the new Customer API. All of this was done without any downtime or disturbances in the services provided to our merchants. What enables us to do this?