Small PHP API/SDK Extensibility Project


This entire project will take you probably 30 lines of PHP code.

We are seeking a programmer to code a small extensibility module for an API provided for an e-commerce hosted system named JROX. The JROX software is implemented for an affiliate marketing program. The implementation includes a database table of members stored by the e-commerce hosted system. Member data is available through the JROX module API.

We would like the module to provide a link from a web page inside the JROX member control panel. The link, when clicked, would send the user to another online service named Payoneer. Payoneer will require the link to have a special name-value pair obtained through an earlier API call of its own (using a HTTP GET method). In the Payoneer API call you will supply the JROX's logged-in member ID. Payoneer will return a unique string that you will use in redirecting the user to the Payoneer web site for them to register for a debit card account. We recommend that you provide the link or button to post back to the web page for which the module is part and then use the API call to obtain the unique key string and then to redirect the user to the Payoneer web site using the appropriate query string.

We'll be able to supply you access to the JROX system so you can upload and test your module.

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Skills: PHP, Software Architecture, Software Testing, Web Hosting, Website Management, Website Testing

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Project ID: #3301204