To help you get the most out of Passworks Mobile Wallet platform, we have created Passworks Resources to provide information on specific relevant topics.
Passworks REST API
Passworks REST API for Mobile Wallet projects is a simple and intuitive solution to create, manage and distribute Apple Wallet and Google Pay passes.
Passworks provides a complete set of tools, documentation and other resources that enable you to create passes and manage them via our API with ease. Passworks latest version of the REST API documentation (https://api.passworks.io) can be found in GitHub.
Try to figure out the common objects that you can create using the API, such as assets or passes, and also how the authentication and pagination works. We recommend you reading the following additional documentations:
- Using the Passworks API, how to get the Passworks API KEY and API USERNAME,
- Passworks API flow and guide examples, and
- Reference architecture to integrate with Passworks API and web-hooks (callback events).
Passworks Frequently Asked Questions
We have been collecting the most frequently asked questions from our prospects and customers, and have decided to create a page with all informations, frequent questions and concerns related to common knowledge gaps.
The Frequently Asked Questions (https://help.passworks.io/) can be found at Passworks Documentation page and is divided by specific topics.
- Apple Wallet: Information on what is Apple Wallet, how it works, type of digital passes, characteristics of the technology and much more.
- Google Pay: Introduction to Google Pay, how it works, type of passes, characteristics of the technology, how it differentiates versus Apple Wallet and much more.
- API: Information on how Passworks REST API works and how to use it.
- Quickstart & Miscellaneous: Access to generic questions on Mobile Wallets and Passworks Mobile Wallet platform works.
- Security: Provides a high level overview of the security practices that Passworks puts in place to keep our customers data protected all time.
- Authentication: Passworks supports two factor authentication by using one-time password and also supports SAML for single sign-on.
Want to know more about Mobile Wallets and Passworks? Contact us today and let’s talk!