We just launched version 1.1.0 of our Android SDK, which fixes a few bugs and adds some new features:
Threading control New
Based on your feedback, we’ve added the option to granularly control threading in your app without having to use
AsyncTasks. Many modern Android apps take advantage of the abstractions afforded by ReactiveX, so we’ve included an example on how to do it with RxJava.
brand instead of
type for cards Update
Like the other Stripe Client libraries, we now keep track of a card’s
brand instead of its
type in the Android SDK as well. There’s no change required—we’ve automatically mapped
Look up a card’s funding source New
When you tokenize a card, the SDK will now return whether it’s a credit, debit, or prepaid card in case you want to handle these card types differently in your app.
We’ve added Javadoc to all of the major classes in the SDK so that you can look up functions and parameters right from your favorite IDE:
We’ll be adding many more features to our Android SDK over the next few months—if you have questions or feedback, please let me know!