Notion is a collaboration platform that allows teams to communicate, share and collaborate on the same page. It is built for teams of all sizes. Whether you’re a group of five, or a group of thousands, Notion is there to help you collaborate, communicate and share your ideas.
Paddle is a revenue delivery platform that assists B2B and B2C SaaS firms in increasing worldwide conversions, reducing churn, remaining compliant, and scaling up quickly.Paddle Integrations
Paddle + NotionUpdate Database Item in Notion when New Transaction is created in paddle Read More...
Paddle + NotionUpdate Database Item in Notion when New User is created in paddle Read More...
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Trigger when new payment made.
Trigger when new transaction is coming.
Trigger when new user created.
Trigger when One-off purchases new order processing completed. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Order Processing Completed" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new One-off purchases payment refunded. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Payment Refunded" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription cancelled. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Cancelled" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription created. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Created" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription payment failed. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Payment Failed" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription payment refunded. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Payment Refunded" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription payment success. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Payments Success" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription updated. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Updated" Webhooks must be checked.
Creates an item in a database.
Updates a database item.
Create a new coupon for the given product or a checkout.
Create a new subscription billing plan with the supplied parameters.
Notion is a powerful concept which combines two different concepts into one. It is the idea of using the data structure known as a tree to represent an array, and using the linked lists to represent arrays. As an array is an ordered cplection of data, it only makes sense that the data structure used to represent an array be ordered, so it makes perfect sense to use a tree to represent an array. The other decent reason for using a tree is that a node of a tree can be a parent node of zero or more child nodes. This means that the data structure can be traversed in both forward and backward orders. Both of these qualities are desirable when working with an array.
Paddle is a language that uses Notion as the primary data structure. It's primary purpose is to create a programming language that can be used by non-programmers for easy programming. The core idea of Paddle is to have a simple syntax that can be used to express complex programs with ease. The syntax also tries to be similar to human languages, such as English.
The integration of Notion and Paddle occurred really early on in the design of the language. The creator of Paddle had been working on a project called Concept which was inspired by Notion. After some time, he decided to use Notion as his primary data structure instead of using the linked list approach he had been using, and thus Paddle was born. He then started working on integrating the new object-oriented features from Object Oriented Programming Languages into Paddle, and thus Paddle became a hybrid OO and procedural language.
There are several benefits to combining Notion and Paddle, including:
Stronger type checking. Since all variables refer to objects, we can tell how they will behave as soon as we see what they are. This eliminates errors such as variable not initialized or non-existent variable. A great example of this is how we can call myObject.aMethod(. without having to check whether it exists first.
Objects can now easily be passed as parameters. Since all variables refer to objects, we can pass around entire objects as parameters simply by passing their reference (which is always available due to strong types. This eliminates the need for null pointer exceptions and makes calling methods less tedious. A great example of this is how we can set up a method call like myObject.aMethod(myOtherObject. . In most OO languages such as Java, such a statement would require many lines of code due to the need for making sure that myOtherObject is actually set up properly before calling it. In Paddle, we don't have to worry about any of that because we know that myOtherObject will always have all it's properties initialized correctly because it's an object.
Methods no longer have to be stored in separate locations. With traditional OO languages that use separate storage for methods, there is always a risk that you'll call the wrong method due to the various ways that you could call them (such as calling it directly rather than through an object. With Paddle, since there are no "methods" stored anywhere other than the object itself, there are no worries about calling the wrong method! This is because all methods are located within the object itself. There are still some cases where you could call the wrong method, but since you normally won't know what methods are available beforehand there isn't much you can do about it anyway.
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