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Development of a Null Safe Dart/Flutter Package for Nordigen EU PSD2 AISP Banking API Integration with relevant Data Models, proper encapsulation with the exposing of parameters, and succinct documentation.

For more information about the API, view Nordigen's Account Information API documentation.

Contents

Usage Steps

  1. Go through the Nordigen's Account Information API documentation.

  2. Register and get the User Secrets from ob.nordigen.com/user-secrets/.

  3. Initialise the NordigenAccountInfoAPI Class with the token recieved from Usage Step 2.

  4. Call any of the NordigenAccountInfoAPI Class methods to directly interact with Nordigen Server's endpoints while having the internal requests and relevant headers abstracted, based on your need.

  5. Utilize any of the available Data Classes to modularly and sufficiently store and process the information during any of the API usage steps. The Data Classes have functionality to be constructed fromMap() and to be easily converted back toMap() as well as to be serialized, at any point.

Example Usage

import 'package:nordigen_integration/nordigen_integration.dart';

Future<void> main() async {
    /// Step 1
    final NordigenAccountInfoAPI apiInterface =
        await NordigenAccountInfoAPI.fromSecret(secretID: 'secret_id', secretKey: 'secret_key');

    /// Step 2 and then selecting the first Bank/Institution
    final Institution firstBank =
        (await apiInterface.getInstitutionsForCountry(countryCode: 'gb')).first;

    /// Step 3
    final EndUserAgreementModel endUserAgreementModel =
        await apiInterface.createEndUserAgreement(
        maxHistoricalDays: 90,
        accessValidForDays: 90,
        institutionID: firstBank.id,
    );

    /// Step 4
    final RequisitionModel requisition = await apiInterface.createRequisitionAndBuildLink(
        agreement: endUserAgreementModel.id,
        institutionID: firstBank.id,
        redirect: 'http://www.yourwebpage.com/',
        reference: 'exampleRef42069666',
    );

    /// Open and validate in [link] and proceed with other functionality.
    print('Validate: ${requisition.link}');
}

API Documentation

Available Methods

  1. NordigenAccountInfoAPI({required String accessToken}) (Class constuctor)

    Call it with accessToken parameter which is the access token generated using User Secrets, to access API features.

    Analogous to Step 1 of Account Information API documentation.

  2. static Future<NordigenAccountInfoAPI> fromSecret({required String secretID, required String secretKey}) (static convenience method to generate interface using Secrets)

    Call it with secretID and secretKey parameters which are the user's User Secrets.

    Returns a Future that resolves to the initialized NordigenAccountInfoAPI object using the Access Token that was generated using the secrets.

    Analogous to Step 1 of Account Information API documentation.

  3. static Future<Map<String, dynamic>> createAccessToken({required String secretID, required String secretKey})

    Call it with secretID and secretKey parameters which are the user's User Secrets.

    Returns a Future that resolves to a Map<String, dynamic> containing the information about the Access Token that was generated using the secrets.

  4. getInstitutionsForCountry({required String countryCode})

    Gets the Institutions (Banks) in the Country represented by the given two-letter countryCode (ISO 3166).

    Analogous to Step 2 of Account Information API documentation.

  5. createEndUserAgreement({required String institutionID, int maxHistoricalDays = 90, int accessValidForDays = 90, List<String> accessScope = const <String>['balances', 'details', 'transactions']})

    Create an End User Agreement for given Institution identified by institutionID, account access period for given accessValidForDays and maxHistoricalDays of transaction histoy (default 90 days each) and returns a Future resolving to the resulting EndUserAgreementModel.

    Analogous to Step 3 of Account Information API documentation.

  6. acceptEndUserAgreement({required String endUserAgreementID, required String ipAddress, required String userAgent})

    Accepts the End User Agreement identified by endUserAgreementID and returns a Future resolving to the resulting EndUserAgreementModel.

    Accepts the user agreement using given userAgent and ipAddress. This determine whether you have permission to accept the Agreement or not. Will throw a Error Code 403 (You do not have permission to perform this action) otherwise.

  7. createRequisitionAndBuildLink({required String redirect, required String institutionID, String? agreement, required String reference, String? userLanguage})

    Create a Requisition for the given institutionID and returns a Future resolving to the resulting RequisitionModel.

    reference is additional layer of unique ID. Should match Step 3 if done. redirect is the link where the end user will be redirected after finishing authentication in institution. agreement is the identifier of the agreement from Step 3 and userLanguage is the language code of the language used in verification.

    Analogous to Step 4 of Account Information API documentation.

  8. getRequisitionUsingID({required String requisitionID})

    Gets the Requisition identified by requisitionID.

  9. getEndUserAccountIDs({required String requisitionID})

    Gets the Account IDs of the User for the Requisition identified by requisitionID.

    Analogous to Step 5 of Account Information API documentation.

  10. getAccountDetails({required String accountID})

    Gets the Details of the Bank Account identified by accountID. Account Model follows schema in nordigen.com/en/docs/account-information/overview/parameters-and-responses/.

    Analogous to Step 6 of Account Information API documentation for Account Details.

  11. getAccountTransactions({required String accountID})

    Gets the Transactions of the Bank Account identified by accountID as a Map<String, List<TransactionData>> with keys 'booked' and 'pending' representing List of Booked and pending transactions respectively.

    Analogous to Step 6 of Account Information API documentation for Account Transactions.

  12. getAccountBalances({required String accountID})

    Gets the Balances of the Bank Account identified by accountID as dynamic. Will be depreciated later when documentation provides example of potentially fetched Balance Data.

    Analogous to Step 6 of Account Information API documentation for Account Balances.

There are also various other methods for implementing POST, GET and DELETE requests across various endpoints in Nordigen Server, which are self explanatory:

  1. getinstitutionUsingID({required String institutionID})

  2. getEndUserAgreementUsingID({required String endUserAgreementID})

  3. getEndUserAgreementTextUsingID({required String endUserAgreementID})

  4. getEndUserAgreements({int limit = 100, int offset = 0})

  5. deleteEndUserAgreementUsingID({required String endUserAgreementID})

  6. getRequisitions({int limit = 100, int offset = 0,})

  7. getRequisitionUsingID({required String requisitionID})

  8. deleteRequisitionUsingID({required String requisitionID})

  9. getAccountMetaData({required String accountID})

Available Data Classes

Refer nordigen.com/en/docs/account-information/overview/parameters-and-responses/ for most of the Data Schema and the mentioned URLs in the special cases.

  1. Institution({required String id, required String name, String bic = '', int transactionTotalDays = 90, required List<String> countries, String logoURL = ''})

    Institution (Bank) Data Model for Nordigen. Contains the id of the institution, its name, bic, transactionTotalDays, the countries associated with the institution and institution's logo as a URL logoURL to it, if any.

  2. EndUserAgreementModel({required String id, String created, int maxHistoricalDays = 90, int accessValidForDays = 90, List<String> accessScope = const <String>['balances', 'details', 'transactions'], String? accepted, required String institutionID}):

    End-user Agreement Data Model for Nordigen. Contains the id of the Agreement, its created time string, accepted, the number of maxHistoricalDays and accessValidForDays, and the accessScope and institutionID relevant to the Agreement.

  3. RequisitionModel({required String id, required String created, required String redirectURL, RequisitionStatus status = const RequisitionStatus(short: '', long: '', description: ''), required String institutionID, String agreement, required String reference, List<String> accounts = const <String>[], String userLanguage='EN', required String link}):

    Requisition Data Model for Nordigen. Contains the id of the Requisition, created timestamp String, its status, associated end-user agreement, the link which is to be opened for verification, the redirectURL to which it should redirect, reference ID if any, accounts associated, and the associated institutionID.

    RequisitionStatus({required String short, required String long, required String description}) contains a short status, a long status and a description of the status.

  4. AccountMetaData({required String id, String created, String? lastAccessed, String iban, String institutionIdentifier, String status = ''}) Account meta-data model for Nordigen. Contains the id of the Bank Account, its created and lastAccessed date and time, iban, status and the institutionIdentifier identifiying its Institution. Refer to nordigen.com/en/docs/account-information/overview/parameters-and-responses/

  5. AccountDetails({String? id, String? iban, String? msisdn, required String currency, String? ownerName, String? name, String? displayName, String? product, String? cashAccountType, String? status, String? bic, String? linkedAccounts, String? usage, String? details, List<Balance>? balances, List<String>? links}):

    Bank Account Details Model for Nordigen. Refer to nordigen.com/en/docs/account-information/output/accounts/ for full Data Schema.

  6. TransactionData({required String id, String? debtorName, Map<String, dynamic>? debtorAccount, String? bankTransactionCode, String bookingDate = '', String valueDate = '', required String transactionAmount, String? remittanceInformationUnstructured = '', ...}):

    Transaction Data Model for Nordigen. Refer to nordigen.com/en/docs/account-information/output/transactions/ for full Data Schema.

  7. Balance({required AmountData balanceAmount, required String balanceType, bool? creditLimitIncluded, String? lastChangeDateTime, String? referenceDate, String? lastCommittedTransaction})

    Balance Data Model for Nordigen. Contains balanceAmount of Transaction, its balanceType, whether its creditLimitIncluded, its lastChangeDateTime and referenceDate as String and the lastCommittedTransaction.

    Refer to nordigen.com/en/docs/account-information/output/balance/ for full Data Schema and the available balance types.

  8. AmountData({required String amount, required String currency})

    It is a simple Class that holds the transaction amount and the currency type, both as required parameters.


Contributing

Make sure you check out the Contribution Guildelines for information about how to contribute to the development of this package!

Dependencies

  • Dart, for the Dart SDK which this obviously runs on.
  • http, is used for making API calls to the Nordigen Server Endpoints with proper response and error handling.

Tests Screenshot

Nordigen EU PSD2 AISP Integration Tests Successful Screenshot


Vote of Thanks

  1. In case of any bugs, reach out to me at @Dhi13man or file an issue

  2. Big thanks to contributors, including @tolik505, @antoineraulin, @stantemo and @c-louis. Contribution is welcome, and makes my day brighter

  3. The first release of this package was sponsored by Cashtic. Show them some love! This package would not otherwise be possible


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