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The column API version indicates the value that you must send into the PayPlug-Version HTTP header to use the associated revision. The absence of a value in the table means you shouldn’t send the header.

Date API version Changes
2019-07-02 2019-06-14 - The PayPlug API now supports the PayPlug-Version HTTP header to chose what version of the API to use. See documentation for more details.
- The payment resource has been updated: the field customer has been removed, and has been replaced by shipping and billing, which are required. You must send those fields when creating a payment, and they will be sent in the response of every request returning a payment resource, including notifications.
- The installment plan resource has been updated: the field customer has been removed, and has been replaced by shipping and billing, which are required. You must send those fields when creating an installment plan, and they will be sent in the response of every request returning an installment plan resource, including notifications.
- All phone numbers are now validated according to the E.164 standard, and are returned as such in resources.
2019-05-17   Add payment request guides in English and in French, update Capture a payment examples.
2019-04-23   Add deferred payment creation and capture.
2019-04-16   Add new fields into payment resource and its creation: hosted_payment.sent_by, description, customer.language, customer.phone_number.
2019-02-06   Add installment_plan resource, delete card endpoint.
2018-04-06   Add Update a payment informations, update of Save a card with new option allow_save_card, add 3-D Secure informations in payplug.js overview and add a changelog.
2017-07-07   Update information about PCI/DSS into the payplug.js part.
2016-12-02   Add Lightbox informations and a new layout organization of this website.
2015-12-22   Add payplug.js informations.
2015-10-27   Add .NET examples and Save a card informations.
2015-09-30   Add Python examples.
2015-09-16   Add Abort a payment informations.
2015-08-04   Initial release.