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PaidToday has an extensive API available for applications running inside the PaidToday platform.

PaidToday's external API is just as powerful but has some restrictions for security reasons.

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* Attempt to create a new developer.
* @returns {object | null} Returns a new developer object or null if 
*                          the application process failed.
function create_new_developer ( )
	let new_developer = null;
	let application = get_application_from_developer();
	let response = submit_application(application);
	if (response.status == 'approved')
		new_developer = create_developer(response);
		let orientation = schedule_orientation(new_developer);
		orientation.on('execute', function ( developer ){
			let first_app = complie_app({
					name: "First App",
					developer: developer.name
				return new_developer;
	// Return null - pass back for validity checks
	return new_developer;