OpenSSL Heartbleed Update

by John Downey on April 09, 2014

The internet was recently rocked by the announcement of a critical vulnerability in OpenSSL dubbed Heartbleed. Libraries provided by OpenSSL are used by approximately two thirds of companies on the internet to secure their communication. Companies across the internet are now working to both patch... Read more

City badges design process

by Paul Maeda on February 12, 2014

It’s an exciting time for the Braintree design team these days. We’ve almost doubled our team since the Summer and we’ve been busy. Along with doing amazing product and UX work, we’ve had some time to explore and evolve the visual style for Braintree's website and collateral. Read more

An evolution of the control panel

by Lane Fujita on December 20, 2013

Today we’ve launched a new control panel for preview in our Sandbox environment. While it's only a hint of things to come, this visual overhaul contains several notable enhancements. Read more

Development Hacks to Prevent Mistakes

by Paul Gross on October 04, 2013

Bugs are an inevitable part of software development. We do our best to write higher quality software, but we never fully escape releasing bugs into production. At Braintree, we deal with payments, so we're extra sensitive to bugs. Therefore, we've made some interesting choices on how to fight... Read more

Build a Marketplace on Braintree

by Cory Monty on August 14, 2013

Over the years Braintree has helped many companies grow by simplifying payments. We've taken what we learned working with some of the most successful marketplaces like TaskRabbit, Airbnb, and Uber to develop an easy way for marketplaces to facilitate payments between their customers and service... Read more

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