How You Can Stay Up-To-Date with Adyen Tech

By Kwok He Chu, Developer Advocate, Adyen


Find us on GitHub. We actively maintain a list of example integrations which showcase some of the core functionalities that our open source libraries and plugins offer. To enhance the developer experience, it’s possible for any developer to spin up our example integration on Gitpod, a remote cloud development environment. We have set up the required .yml files to allow you to run and debug the source code in your browser. Take one of our repositories and launch it by following the instructions in our readme file. Of course, running it on your localhost is possible as well!

  • Maintain an up-to-date version of the latest Adyen Web Components/Drop-in.
  • Maintain the Adyen Ecommerce plugin demo applications.
  • Maintain up-to-date documentation that allow our developer community to use it as a reference.
  • Adding new functionalities to our example integrations.
  • Upgrade dependencies within the integration example (f.e. libraries or other framework dependencies). This includes vulnerabilities alerts identified by Dependabot.
  • Provide an end-to-end testing suite for our integration examples.


Below you can find a list of tech articles, blog posts and a monthly newsletter that might be relevant to you.


You can stay up-to-date with us by checking out our latest tech blogs. Aside from writing the blogs ourselves, we also encourage our engineers to write about topics that are worth sharing. We have highlighted several interesting ones below.

Monthly Newsletter

Sign up for our monthly developer newsletter to get all our announcements. This newsletter informs you about our upcoming events, past events, library releases notes and other useful resources. We handcraft these newsletters every month, so you can be assured that there will be no spam.


Next to GitHub, we are also active on several other platforms.


You can find us on StackOverflow of course! This is a community-driven space. While we actively monitor questions it is great to see that other contributors answer questions and help fellow developers move forward with their integration. It has also become a valuable knowledge base. Many answers that have helped developers in the past are still applicable to this day.

Meetups and Conferences

Catch us at meetups and conferences! We support local initiatives and are part of events that are relevant to Adyen and our technology stack. We share knowledge during these events and connect with other developers. At conferences, we often give talks or attend and engage with our developer community. Sometimes, we find our merchants there as well!


You can find us on Twitter @AdyenDevs! We give out regular community updates and show what we are up to at events, meetups or conferences.

Some food for thought

If you have a developer relations team in your company, feel free to book some time with them and share what your current challenges are within your role. Think about improvements in API documentation, better example integrations or improving existing processes that will benefit the overall developer experience. These important feedback loops are essential for building better and healthier products.


GitHub Integration Examples — Our example integration demos.



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