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New: Release of C# library

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As one of the most used programming languages in the world, we’re excited to announce that we have recently released C# library. Our C# library allows your business to provide payments easily with our wide options of payment methods via API.

  1. Invoice/ Checkout APIs
  2. eWallet APIs
  3. Virtual Account APIs
  4. Retail Outlet APIs
  5. Direct Debit APIs
  6. Disbursement APIs
  7. Balance API

You can check out our C# library for further details:

This new C# library joins our existing Library/SDKs collection, PHP, Java, Node.js, Python, and Go, to provide easy and seamless integration for developers. We can’t wait for you to try out our new C# library. The library is an open-source project so feel free to contribute directly to the library. Should you have any questions or feedback, we invite you to raise this with us by opening a Github issue.

If you are developing an open-source library to process payments using Xendit and want your library to be included in Xendit’s official page, email us your request and library link to api@xendit.co and we will review and consider including them in our official pages. 

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