To use Advanced Fraud Tools for your Drop-in form, you'll need to complete these 3 steps at the same time:
- Enable Advanced Fraud Tools in the Control Panel
- Update your client-side integration to collect device data
- Update your server-side integration to pass device data on transaction and verification requests
If there is any delay between enabling in the Control Panel and making the code changes, the integration will not work properly. See the Advanced Fraud Tools guide for more details.
We automatically pick up the iOS 7
tintColor and use it as our accent color. You can override it in the same way you'd override the tint color of any
// In your app delegate self.window.tintColor = [UIColor colorWithRed:255/255.0f green:136/255.0f blue:51/255.0f alpha:1.0f]; // Or, upon initialization dropInViewController.view.tintColor = [UIColor colorWithRed:255/255.0f green:136/255.0f blue:51/255.0f alpha:1.0f];
Primary text to display in the summary view. Intended to name the overall transaction taking place (e.g. "1 Yellow T-Shirt" or "1 Year Subscription").
dropInViewController.summaryTitle = @"1 Yellow T-Shirt";
Detail text to display in the summary view. Intended to provide a few words of detail (e.g. "Ships in five days" or "We know you'll love it").
dropInViewController.summaryTitle = @"Ships in five days";
summaryDescription are nil, then the summary view is not shown.
A string representation of the grand total amount (e.g. "$10").
dropInViewController.displayAmount = @"$10";
The text to display in the primary call-to-action button (e.g. "$19 - Purchase" or "Subscribe Now").
dropInViewController.callToActionText = @"Subscribe Now";
You can also hide the call-to-action button if you'd like the user to submit Drop-in in some other way (e.g. via a
dropInViewController.shouldHideCallToAction = YES;
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