This document outlines how to register payment applications, create payment requests, and reply with payment responses using a standard HTTP API.
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The Web Payments Working Group has discontinued work on this document, although other groups may take up this work in the future. The specification should not be referenced in this form or implemented as-is.
Please see the 15 September 2016 draft of this specification for the full content at the time that the Working Group discontinued its work.
The Web Payments Working Group first published this document as a Working Draft in September 2016. At the time, the Working Group had already focused on in-browser payments for a year and projected that its browser focus would continue through the bulk of its (initial) charter. The Working Group made a decision to publish this document (along with Web Payments HTTP Messages 1.0) to socialize it more visibly, and potentially to align it with Payment Request API as it matured.
As the Working Group neared the end of its initial charter, the group discussed whether to continue to list out-of-browser payments as in scope in its second charter. Participants at the Working Group's face-to-face meeting in November 2017 expressed consensus to publish this document as a group Note rather than advance it to Recommendation, but to maintain discussion of message structure in charter scope.
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