Example setup

Setup Open Banking AIS Identity Verification as your first App

Go through your first integration

In this guide we'll setup your first integration. We've picked OpenBanking AIS Identity Verification App for this example as it's our customers' most popular choice for their first integration. We estimate you'll be fully operational in less than 20 minutes.

Set up our widget on your website

To allow your customers to interact with TransactionLink you need to put our embeddable widget in your web application.
You can find a complete tutorial with ready-made code snippets that will show you how to do that here.

Widget for mobile apps is under development. If you'd like to get notified when it's ready, please subscribe to our changelog.

Testing that everything works correctly

After setting up the widget, this is what your web app should look like:


Important before going live

While working in the sandbox environment, your integration will work with both encrypted and unencrypted web apps. However, you'll need to provide a fully encrypted website (padlock browser's address bar) to switch to the production environment. Read more about going live.

Using bank account data in your app

There are several ways to start using bank account data that you pull from end-consumer's account. The easiest one is to use our JavaScript API.

Another way is to use webhooks and our API to receive the banking data. However, it requires you to set up a server that can be accessed from the internet.

What’s Next

There's plenty more you can do with Transactionlink