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Integrate Braintree with Xendit

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About Braintree

Braintree is a software solution that helps businesses process payments and manage financial relationships with merchants securely and reliably.

About Xendit

Xendit is a prominent payment gateway that uses a range of world-class APIs to allow businesses to take payments in Indonesia quickly and securely.

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Connect Braintree + Xendit in easier way

It's easy to connect Braintree + Xendit without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Customer

    Triggers when you add a new customer.

  • New Transaction

    Triggers when you add a new transaction.

  • New Invoice

    Trigger when new invoice created.

    Actions
  • Create Customer

    Create a new customer.

  • Create Account

    Creates an account.

  • Create Customer

    Create a new customer.

  • Create Disbursement

    Creates a disbursement.

  • Create Invoice

    Creates an Invoice.

  • Create Payout

    Creates a payout.

  • Create QR Code

    Creates QR Code.

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How Braintree & Xendit Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Braintree as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Xendit as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Braintree to Xendit.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Braintree and Xendit

    What is Braintree?

    What is Xendit?

    Integration of Braintree and Xendit

    Benefits of Integration of Braintree and Xendit

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After the discovery of the New World, Europeans came to the Americas with the intention of conquering, exploiting, and enslaving the indigenous peoples. In 1492, Columbus initiated an era of European domination over the entire Western Hemisphere, which was referred to as the Columbian Exchange. The Columbian Exchange contributed to the unification of Europe and America through trade and exchange of new culture, food, plants, animals, language, and religion. After the Columbian Exchange, America became dependent on Europe for food and supplies. The growth of American cities and industries led to a demand for more labor. Therefore, slavery was introduced into American society. Slavery served as a means for the European settlers to repay their debt to their home countries, conquer the Native Americans, and meet the labor demands in American cities. In the 19th century, there was a large increase in the number of immigrants from European countries. Many of these immigrants were poor and used to living under harsh conditions. They moved to America to search for better opportunities. Most of them settled in the United States because they believed that they would have a better life in America than in their home country. Upon their arrival in America, many immigrants encountered discrimination because they were poor and had different cultural backgrounds than that of the native Americans. Therefore, many immigrants formed ethnic communities to provide support to one another. These ethnic communities provided a sense of security and belonging to these immigrants. However, the early 20th century brought a wave of anti-immigrant sentiment to American society. The United States government passed several laws that restricted immigration (e.g. Immigration Act of 1924. The increased hostility against immigrants created tension among ethnic minorities and Americans.In order to gain more control over its colonies in America, Great Britain implemented a series of laws that placed restrictions on its colonies. For example, in 1763, British Parliament passed the Proclamation Act, which forbade colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains. In 1774, British Parliament passed the Quebec Act, which gave additional rights to French Catholics and other French speakers who lived in Quebec (which at that time was known as Canada. This caused tensions between Great Britain and its American colonies because the colonists feared that British rule would favor French Catholics over Protestant Americans. Many colonists feared that this act would make them lose power and influence in American politics. Some colonists felt that they were being unfairly treated by British rule because they had played an important role during the Seven Years' War. In 1773, British Parliament passed a series of acts known as the Intolerable Acts, which placed further restrictions on Massachusetts Colony due to its involvement in the Boston Tea Party. The Intolerable Acts angered most colonists because they felt that it was unfair for British officials to punish all 13 colonies for what happened in Massachusetts alone. In response, many colonists decided to boycott British products. This boycott spread throughout most of the 13 colonies, including Virginia, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Georgia, and North Carolina. In May 1775, fighting broke out between British troops and colonial militiamen in Lexington and Concord located in Massachusetts Colony. This event led to the start of the American Revolution.In July 1776, delegates from 12 American colonies assembled in Philadelphia for the Second Continental Congress with the intention of declaring independence from Great Britain. On July 2nd 1776, Richard Henry Lee proposed that "these united colonies are, and of right ought to be free and independent states." In August 1776, Congress agreed with Lee's proposal and drafted a statement arguing that all men are created equal and that everyone has certain rights that should not be violated by any government or ruler (known as the Declaration of Independence. By declaring independence from Great Britain, Americans hoped to achieve their freedom from British rule. Furthermore, many Americans hoped that declaring independence from Great Britain would bring prosperity and equality for all white male citizens in America regardless of their social or economic class or their race or ethnicity. On July 4th 1776, Congress approved the Declaration of Independence. On April 19th 1775, delegates from Massachusetts Colony declared independence from Great Britain and formed a government known as the Massachusetts Provincial Congress. Later on October 30th 1781 delegates from Virginia declared independence from Great Britain and established a new government known as the Virginia Constitution (the first written constitution in American history. On June 21st 1788 delegates from 12 American colonies approved the US Constitution (which serves as the supreme law of American government. in Philadelphia for the purpose of establishing a new government for all 13 colonies. On December 15th 1791 delegates from all 13 states approved a new constitution (which serves as Virginia's basic law. in Richmond for the purpose of reforming Virginia's government after it underwent several transformations since 1776.The 19th century brought significant political changes to America's government system due to growing anti-slavery sentiment among white Americans. During this time period, most white Americans were opposed to slavery because they believed that it violated human rights; however some white Americans were supportive of slavery on moral grounds while others supported it on economic grounds. In 1831 abolitionists formed an organization known as Anti-Slavery Society with the intention of abolishing slavery throughout America by promoting emancipation (i.e., freeing slaves. In 1833 Congress passed a law prohibiting slave trade between states but not between territories; therefore slave traders could still sell slaves within each state but not across state lines. In 1835 Illinois became the first state to abolish slavery within its borders; furthermore by 1840 all northern states had abolished slavery except for New Jersey and Delaware (these two states officially abolished slavery in 1846. In 1846 Congress prohibited slave trade between states by enacting a law called the "Slave Trade Act". In 1862 Congress abolished slavery by passing an amendment known as "Thirteenth Amendment" to the US Constitution; as a result it became illegal for anyone to own slaves within US territory (with exception made for Indian tribes. In 1865 Abraham Lincoln became President when he won re-election by defeating George McClellan in an election three years earlier; during his second term Lincoln issued an executive order known as "Emancipation Proclamation" which freed slaves living in Confederate territory; however it did not free slaves living in US territory (known as Union territory. There was opposition against Lincoln's executive order among Confederate sympathizers; however most slaves living inside Union territory were freed after General Ulysses S. Grant defeated Robert E. Lee at Appomattox Courthouse ending the civil war between Confederate States Army versus Union Army which lasted between 1861 through 1865 (a total of four years. resulting in almost 1 million deaths; furthermore President Andrew Johnson issued another executive order known as "Amnesty Proclamation" which granted amnesty to former Confederates on December 25th 1865 giving them permission or immunity from prosecution for any crimes committed during the civil war by issuing pardons without consulting Congress; furthermore he promised to protect former Confederates who were pardoned from facing discrimination based on their race or ethnicity; furthermore he promised not to prosecute former Confederates who had participated in rebellion against union forces during civil war; however only about 10% of white southerners applied for amnesty resulting in 200 000 white southerners being granted amnesty; furthermore many white southerners were upset because they felt that white northerners had taken advantage of them by stealing their property and taking part in massacres against them (outrages had been committed by both sides during civil war); nevertheless Johnson appointed several former Confederate generals to his cabinet; furthermore he appointed several former Confederate generals as judges at federal level; Furthermore he appointed former confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest (a former slave trader. as Secretary of State; therefore most whites living south continued to feel resentment towards union leaders due to their lack of representation at national level despite having been granted amnesty; furthermore when Republicans gained majority in congress they refused to seat southern representatives until they agreed to ratify 14th amendment (in 1868); additionally Union army leaders occupied southern states until they agreed to ratify 14th amendment; therefore African Americans continued to suffer racial discrimination which resulted from passing laws designed primarily to maintain white supremacy such as Jim Crow Laws designed primarily by white plantation owners in southern states; furthermore African Americans who attempted voting were often intimidated or threatened by whites resulting in very few blacks being able to vote during this time period; furthermore many Republicans argued that 14th amendment should grant black Americans citizenship since they had risked their lives fighting for Union during Civil War therefore they should also be rewarded with citizenship just like white soldiers had been granted citizenship after serving in Union Army during civil war; however Democrats argued against granting citizenship to black

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