QuickStart


Redcarpet Card SDK

Redcarpet Card sdk is devided in to four parts

  1. Coustomer Onboarding SDK

  2. Redcarpet Card Managemet SDK

  3. Money Management SDK

  4. Bill/Emi Payment SDK


Redcarpet Android Sample Application

You can refer to the Redcarpet Android Sample App to learn how the SDK has been integrated.  
 

Sample App


Redcarpet Android SDK Integration

Prerequisites

  • You need redcarpet API Key to initilize redcarpet sdk. You can use the Test Keys for a sandbox experience. please user Production keys when going live with application  
     

GET API KEY  
 

Integration Steps

Step 1: Install Redcarpet Android Standard SDK

  • Currently We distribute our SDK to the approved partenr. Download the latest versions of the SDK from shared url by redcarpet and place the aar file inside the libs folder.

  • To add the SDK to your app, add the following dependency in your app's build.gradle file:

repositories {
    mavenCentral()
}
dependencies {
    implementation "com.redcpt:sdk:0.0.1"
    implementation "com.redcpt:sdk-expensemanager:0.0.1"
    implementation "com.redcpt:sdk-otp:0.0.1"
    implementation "com.redcpt:sdk-permissions:0.0.1"
    implementation "com.redcpt:sdk-utilitiessdk:0.0.1"
    implementation "com.redcpt:sdk-verification:0.0.1"
    implementation "com.redcpt:sdk-services:0.0.1"
    implementation "com.redcpt:sdk-appwisesdk:0.0.1"
}

Step 2: Initialize Redcarpet Android SDK

  • Initialize Redcarpet android SDK in app application class.
class SampleApplication : Application() {

    lateinit var sdk: RedCpt
        private set

    override fun onCreate() {
        super.onCreate()
        sdk = RedCpt.init(this, "<API KEY>")
    }
}
  • Enable debug mode to see the debug logs
sdk.setDevMode(true)
  • Now Redcarpet SDK initilize successfully.

Step 3: Integrate OTP services

  • Integrate otp services, verify otp to signup new user and login old user.

  • Check OTP verified or Not

sdk = (application as SampleApplication).sdk
var isOtpVerified = sdk.isOtpVerified() // return boolean true/false
  • Send OTP
otp = sdk.getOtpInstance()
otp.signup(phoneNumber, <otp_send_retry_count>, object : Otp.SignupCallback {
    override fun onError(response: SignUpResponse?, error: Throwable?) {
        when {
                error != null -> phoneNumberErrorState(error.message)
                response != null -> phoneNumberErrorState(response.message)
             }
        }
    override fun onSuccess(response: SignUpResponse) {
        }
})
  • Verify OTP
 otp.verify(phoneNumber, password, object : Otp.VerifyCallback {
    override fun onError(response: VerifyResponse?, error: Throwable?) {
            when {
                 error != null -> otpErrorState(error.message)
                    response != null -> otpErrorState(response.message)
            }
        }

    override fun onSuccess(verifyResponse: VerifyResponse) {
        loginRoot.postDelayed(1000) {
             finish()
            }
        }
    })

Step 4: Signup User

  • After the successful otp verification, submit user personl info
verificationCallback.savePersonalDetails(
    "<User Name>",
    "<User Email>",
    "<User DOB>",
    "<Gender>",
    "<Referral code>",
    object :
        VerificationCallback.Callback<com.redcpt.onboardingsdk.models.GenericResponseModel> {
            override fun onFail(
                t: com.redcpt.onboardingsdk.models.GenericResponseModel?,
                    throwable: Throwable?
                ) {
                    Log.e("error response ", t.toString())
                    Log.e("error response ", throwable.toString())
                }
            override fun onSuccess(t: com.redcpt.onboardingsdk.models.GenericResponseModel) {
                if (t.result.equals("success")) {
                   Log.e("Funnel", t.message.toString())
                }
            }
        }
    )