PayPal concept

A concept version of popular payment/fund-transfer app PayPal, built with Flutter

A concept version of popular payment/fund-transfer app PayPal, built with Flutter

PayPal provides an easy and quick ⚡ way to send and request 📨 money 💵 online 🛰️. You can transfer money 💸 (abroad 🌎) to family 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦, friends, online shops 🛒, and auction sites like eBay.

💡 To learn more about PayPal go to:

🔗 what is PayPal and how does it work?
🔗 PayPal basics


Case Study 📑

📦 Frameworks/Libraries: Flutter

🏗 Languages: Dart, Swift, Kotlin, Objective-C

Platforms: Android 🤖, iOS 🍎

📱 Test Device Info

COMPONENT DETAILS
device Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime
CPU build android-arm64
Android Version 6.0.1
API 23
Screen diagonal length 5.5 inches

CREDITS 🙏❤

PayPal

inspiration for the UI has been drawn from: PayPal App Redesign Concept by Vadim Demenko

the cover image for the GitHub repository of this project has been taken from mucho


⚠ DISCLAIMER ⚠

This project is not affiliated/sponsored with PayPal or any of its parent or subsidiary organizations. It is 🚨 NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE 🚨. It has been and is being created purely out of my own interest in building a sophisticated payment system application to test my skills and add value to my portfolio. And hence it will not function like real products of PayPal, users cannot transfer real money through this application (as of now), users are warned and forbidden from using real credit/debit card numbers or bank account numbers. Users may and should only test this application with mock data provided from my personal API hosting server (Common API Server source code 💡 ). Account numbers and User details are fictitious, they have been generated randomly out of imagination, any resemblance of mock data with real people or account numbers is matter of sheer coincidence. The creator of this project or the genuine owners of PayPal will not be/ cannot be held responsible for loss of any kind.


Anyone replicating this project or reproducing this project as their own is being requested to stop being an asshole and try building it on their own, it will help in better self-awareness/assessment of their app development skills and also properly attribute/give credit to the people and resources from which inspiration has been drawn from.

GitHub

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