12-04-2016 02:28 AM
Our website has a simple checkout form. We donot store credit card information so we just need a simple method to do the checkout using authorize.net api. We have been using SIM method till now. The transaction result is posted back using the relay response url.
Currently with our current integration method, the checkout form posts the data to authorize.net and if an error is found then the error is returned and displayed in the relay response page. This needs a page reload. Our goal is to switch to ajax so that the request and response happens without reloading the page. We have noticed that many customers whose transaction was declined never return back to recheckout so we want to make the checkout process as efficient as possible.
So, i would like to request some recommendations on a better method to implement the checkout using authorize.net api. Does accept.js fulfill our needs? I appreciate any feedbacks! Thanks!
12-05-2016 10:02 AM
It sounds like Accept.js might be exactly what you're looking for. Since you keep the customer on your site the whole time, you can avoid some of the order abandonment issues you've been seeing.
Details are in the Accept.js documentation, but if anything is unclear, please let us know!