The Cellarix web service allows web / mobile app developers to enable their applications
to connect to the Cellarix platform. This allows the applications’ end users to
perform transactions using the Cellarix “cellular wallet” as a payment method. In
order for an application to be Cellarix-enabled, it must call the API methods described
in the following sections, and refer the end user to the PCI-compliant Cellarix
page within its user interface. The Cellarix page allows the end users to enter
their Cellarix user name, password, and payment details, and to approve the transaction.
The Cellarix API requests and responses are in XML format. To integrate with the
Cellarix API, you can use POST/GET or SOAP requests.
Before a business application can use the Cellarix platform, the business client must register as a Cellarix user.
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Cellarix Transaction Workflow
The following diagram describes the actions performed by the end user, the client application and the Cellarix platform,
when implementing a transaction.
The Cellarix workflow is the same whether the client application runs in a browser or over a mobile platform.