***This page has been removed from the VDC due to the Verizon Apps shutdown. Feel free to browse our other development areas, devices, APIs and Tools.***
***NOTE: Effective November 1st, 2012, the VDC no longer accepts new Verizon App submissions. Additionally, beginning December 2012, final billing to customers for all existing Subscriptions and In-App Purchase apps will occur, and all paid Subscriptions and In-App Purchase API apps will be removed from the catalog on November 1st, 2012. Customers will receive a final full month of use & access, before Verizon Apps begins its complete shutdown in January 2013.
For additional details, please review the Verizon Apps Notice and Verizon Apps Transition Timeline.***
VERIZON APPS IN-APP PURCHASE & SUBSCRIPTIONS API SOURCE
The Verizon Apps In-App Purchase & Subscriptions API is open source under the Apache 2.0 license. Although it is open source, modifications to the source may cause the application to not work with Verizon Apps and lead to the application being denied during testing.
Android source code can be downloaded here
VVERIZON APPS IN-APP PURCHASE & SUBSCRIPTIONS API SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT KIT
The SDK provides detailed information about coding the In-App API, JAR file that should be included in your applications, as well as sample applications, javadocs, and a PDF version of the content on the website. After downloading and extracting the Android SDK the following are created:
- LICENSE: Apache 2.0 open source license file
- samples directory: sample application code that demonstrates proper usage of the V CAST Apps Subscriptions API
- doc directory: Javadocs detailing usage of the V CAST Apps Subscriptions API and Getting Started Guide (same as this article)
- bin directory: VZWProtectedApplicationLibrary.jar: JAR file that must be imported to the working Android project.
Android SDK can be downloaded here