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What are your API creations?

Jan shared this question 1 year ago
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Hi guys,


We would love to hear about the creations you've made with our Public API!


If you are a developer who's been using the API, please share your experiences in this post. I'm looking to collect the coolest and most creative constructions for an upcoming blogpost.


Thanks! 😄


List of finished projects:


List of ongoing projects:

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Currently building an iPhone app that checks you into Swarm (Foursquare) when you make a card payment at shop. #allthingsautomated :D

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Off-topic, but how would users be able to use this? They have to create an API key, and enter into the app? Or do they have to set up a 'Connect' with the app developers bunq account (your account) to be able for you to read the transactions?

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Well that's a different issue :P

For now I'm only building that for myself because I'm not expecting (and actually don't want) people to enter API key in random single purpose apps. Will put the code on github as soon as I finished it so if you are an iOS developer with some node.js knowledge you could be able to use it.

As I don't want to have my accounts cluttered with other peoples accounts the 'connect' way is not really an option for me right now.

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@Tom You can actually get your own API-key from the bunq app. With this unique key you can directly connect with bunq, instead of through the app. You can use the data resulting from your API access in your own app/software - or basically whatever you like, sky's the limit! No Connect is needed for this :)

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Thanks Goergisn and Djurre.

@Djurre - I am aware of obtaining an API key, I am already testing with this. My question however is, how can you connect to third party accounts - so other people's bunq account.


Let's say I want to create a webapp not for my own use, but for other people to use. With the webapp I want to retrieve transactions from the user's bunq account. I could request the user to create and provide an API key, but preferably I would connect to the bunq account through a different way. I guess 'Connect' is the only alternative?

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@Djurre: This is not true for a mobile device. You have to build a service somewhere that uses a static key, so your phone can talk with that. So, at the moment the limit is your local IP.


@Tom: It is very easy to make a request to connect to an account from anyone else: Use the share-invite-bank, request a QR, let that user scan the QR and confirm to share his account with your account.

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I'm currently working on an PHP SDK! (you can check it out on my github: https://github.com/JvanHengel/BunqSDK)

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Whoops, sorry, I should post my comment on the main comment stream!

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As a test/proof-of-concept i created a payment page, based on the "Payment request" (bunq.me) functionality.

It shows the bunq QR-code, so people can pay with the bunq app. And it also can generate a iDEAL payment link.


Check this screencast video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLlP9Nx0WYA


Used API endpoints:

https://api.bunq.com/user/{user}/monetary-account/{account}/request-inquiry

https://api.bunq.me/v1/bunqme-request/{bunqmeGuid}/bunqme-reassign-request-token

https://api.bunq.me/v1/bunqme-request/{bunqmeGuid}/bunqme-reassign-request-token/{token}

https://api.bunq.me/v1/bunqme-merchant-request

https://api.bunq.me/v1/bunqme-merchant-request/{uuid}

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Dat ziet er echt super uit!👍

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Bedankt

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Hi Bastiaan, ik heb exact deze functionaliteit nodig. Heb je hiervoor een SDK gebruikt?

En sta je er voor open de code te delen?


Bedankt,


Bo

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Hallo Bo. Ik zal het binnenkort op GitHub zetten.

Heb enkel PHP, jQuery en HTML gebruikt :-)

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Ah gaaf Bastiaan, bedankt alvast!

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Ik heb de sourcecode op GitHub gezet: https://github.com/basst85/bunq_pay

Er kan nog veel verbeterd worden, dus Pull Requests zijn welkom :-)

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Ja, mooi. Beetje raar dat Bunq dit zelf niet aanbiedt.

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Je bedoelt het makkelijk kunnen genereren van een iDEAL betaallink, via de API?

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Nee, geen api, maar een betaal link zoals paypal.me/username/bedrag ook gebruikt

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Aah, dat bedoel je. Ja, dat zou helemaal mooi zijn natuurlijk. Hopelijk gaan ze dat ook spoedig introduceren.

Lijkt mij niet heel veel werk als ze dat baseren op bunq.me

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I've updated the scripts, check https://github.com/basst85/bunq_pay. It now uses the official bunq PHP SDK.

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This is pretty awesome!

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Thanks ☺

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Hoi Bastiaan. Het ziet er inderdaad goed uit, stukken beter dan mijn oplossing. Zou je misschien kort kunnen uitleggen hoe ik dit zelf kan gebruiken? Wanneer ik je github bestand download en upload krijg ik dit: https://bunqme.nl/2/

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Wow, guys, this is amazing stuff! It's great to see you're all having fun with it. ✌


Are there more of you with creations? I'm still very curious to hear more.

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MoneyMoney is a banking app for macOS that supports multiple banks: https://moneymoney-app.com/

Now it supports bunq as well.

A pre-release version with support for the bunq API is available for customers of MoneyMoney on request.

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Tried this just now. Works great, though the API pricing may be a downpoint for consumers.

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MoneyMoney is a banking app for macOS. Version 2.2.17 has just been released with official support for the bunq API.


A trial version is available (in English): https://moneymoney-app.com/download/


The following bunq API requests are supported by MoneyMoney:


  • Getting account info, account balance and transactions.
  • Sending payments.
  • Sending scheduled payments.
  • Sending standing orders.
  • Sending batch payments.
  • Sending scheduled batch payments.
  • Getting list of scheduled payments and standing orders.
  • Downloading PDF statements.

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Nice, guys.


Anyone else feel like sharing their API experiences?

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Currently working on a Python script that retrieves all account balances and stores them in a Google Spreadsheet. Will run daily so that I get a nice overview of how my balances change over time. Goal is to automate the process as much as possible which means creating new spreadsheets for each Month and creating graphs in them programmatically. Will post the code on GitHub someday.

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Hey Peter,


That sounds pretty amazing. Are you doing this in order to keep an eye on your spending behavior?

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im doing something similar maybe we can team up and make something great ?

the post is in dutch tho :D


https://together.bunq.com/topic/tips-voor-mijn-python-project

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Exactly. And simply to have enough data to do some data mining on it in order to be able to answer questions like:

On which days do I spent most.

Do I spend more on the weekends on average than during the week.

How much money is left per month on average.

How much do I spent on food per week.

How much do I spent on bought food (e.g. From Thuisbezorgd) vs self made food.

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Hey Kevin, just read your post. Looks nice! I'll first get going with my own script and Maddies Python API Wrapper. If you'd put your script on GitHub and link it here I could have a look and eventually add my functionality to it, if you want. Truly in the spirit of open source :-)

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Sounds good 😁 ill need to finish the dataBase uploads(for use without api) and figure a way to deploy(heroku maybe🤔) and then it will go om github😁

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Hey peter, hopefully you have notifications turned on, i forgot to notify you when I've deployed on github.. well i did here is the link --> https://github.com/OGKevin/ComBunqWebApp

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Hey Kevin, yes I've seen your post. Nice work! I wanted to look into it once I've got time. But won't be able to in the next week.

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no worries 😊, just wanted to notify you. Once you do, if you have any questions you can always contact me.

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Hey everyone,


Your projects have been featured on our blog! 😄


You can check it out here: https://www.bunq.com/en/news/the-greatest-api-creations-so-far


Thanks again, and keep those updates coming. 🎉

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Thanks for featuring me in the blogpost. Exciting!


However, I stopped with this project since I ran into the same problem as many others, which is the necessity for having a static ip. I don't have one and won't have one anytime soon. I wrote my script with the purpose of running it every night from my home server, but since my home ip changes every 24 hours, I can't really automate this process, which makes a script pointless.


I also thought about implementing a macOS solution with simple graphs, but realised that MoneyMoney does this better than I ever could. However, it seems like I also won't be able to use their product since I would still need a static ip.


I would love to continue writing scripts and building little software solutions for myself and the OpenSource community using the Bunq API, but this doesn't really make sense until I figured out a way of solving this static ip issue.

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MAMA!!!!

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Now im even more motivated :D im abroad atm so wont be doing allot but as soon as im back its back to 👨‍💻

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Thank you! I am honored to have my work featured in the blogpost

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I am now able to:


  • Automatically send customer statements to my accountant on the 1st of the month;
  • Automatically transfer money to various accounts when I receive money from a certain account (e.g. when salary is paid);
  • Automatically transfer an amount of money to another account when a debit card payment is made (e.g. round up the amount, then transfer the difference to another account, also known as "pinsparen")

Awesome!

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Sick!

are you willing to make the code opensource ? so it can be used for projects like https://github.com/OGKevin/ComBunqWebApp

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Sure, but it's all .NET and your project seems to be Python...


If you're still interested I'll make it available :-)

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Crap, nah i don't think i could do anything with .NET 😔 thx anyway tho. :D

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Hey Michiel, I would also be interested in your code since I can't figure out how to receive events when I pay with the card somewhere. So, if you'd open source code I would highly appreciate it!

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Hi Peter, I'll open source the code as soon as I've removed all secret stuff that should really not be hard coded.

Meanwhile, take a look over here. You'll want to create a NotificationFilter on the account you want to monitor card payments of. Use the category CARD_TRANSACTION_SUCCESSFUL. The POST body that bunq will send to your URL looks like this and contains a MasterCardAction object:


  1. {
  2. "NotificationUrl": {
  3. "target_url": "xxx",
  4. "category": "CARD_TRANSACTION_SUCCESSFUL",
  5. "event_type": "CARD_PAYMENT_ALLOWED",
  6. "object": {
  7. "MasterCardAction": {
  8. "id": 123456,
  9. // ... snip
  10. }
  11. }
  12. }
  13. }

Also, your URL MUST use HTTPS!

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After I decided on renting my own little server (with a static ip), I eventually started to create some functionality based on the Bunq API.

  • I re-used the API wrapper and examples of Madeddie and added them to a single setup script (in Python).
  • Furthermore, I started adding functions to the functions.banking script, which let me at the moment get the account balances and add callbacks to a certain account.
  • Eventually, I want to ruthlessly steal Michiel's idea of rounding up card payments for "pinsparen". But in Python.


All my code can be found here: https://github.com/PJUllrich/Bunq-API-Scripts

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i will be using these if you don't mind :D , after I'm done writing the code to create encrypted user JSONs as posted here https://together.bunq.com/topic/handling-private-key-installation-token-api-key

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Absolutely! go for it 😋

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As suggested a crosspost in this thread:


Hi all,


We (http://www.jortt.nl) have open-sourced our ruby client. This is a simple wrapper for the bunq public api. Not all endpoints are implemented yet, so feel free to contribute :-)


See https://github.com/jorttbv/bunq-client for installation and usage instructions.


Happy bunq-ing

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I'm currently working on an PHP SDK! (you can check it out on my github: https://github.com/JvanHengel/BunqSDK)

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Gaaf al dat gepruts (positief en goed bedoeld :) ) van iedereen zeg! Was ik maar zo handig.. :(

Hopelijk rollen er serieuze dingen uit voor de bunq-app die ze kunnen uitbrengen in een update voor iedereen! (Zoals bijvoorbeeld automatisch een PDF naar je e-mail als rekeningafschrift.. ).


Goed bezig jongens!

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Ik ben van plan om zon PDF export feature te implementeren, helaas kan ik dit niet automatisch doen en zou de user t zelf moeten doen. Moet eerst de API calls afmaken en dan staat dit als volgende op mijn todo lijstje.

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I started to create a complete Bunq API Wrapper in Python based on the thin API Wrapper by Madeddie and inspired by the .NET wrapper by Michiel. You can find (and hopefully contribute :-) here:


https://github.com/PJUllrich/Complete-Bunq-API-Python-Wrapper

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https://together.bunq.com/topic/projecten-bij-coding-examples


Misschien een leuk idee om de API creations wat meer te promoten?

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Hey Jelle!


Ik ga zeer binnenkort weer een blogpost wijden aan API creaties! Het is zo ontzettend tof om te zien dat er zoveel mensen mee aan het werken zijn. Dus: stay tuned!

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Nice! Ik kijk ernaar uit!😊

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Im currently working on a web dashboard.

https://github.com/dennissnijder/BunqWeb


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Although it's currently a work in progress, I am creating "bunq Insight". This webapp will categorize my payments and show statistics about them. This way it's easier to see where the money is actually going and what your spending habits are.

It consists of a C# .NET Core WebApi, which implements the bunq API and provides the endpoints for the front-end. The front-end is made in Angular 4. Payments records are real-time thanks to the awesome callback feature of the bunq API :)

Obligatory screenshots:

Statistics

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Payments per statistics or global payments

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Is there a way for me to run this onto a server? ^^ I would love to help you test it out.

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Currently not, will look into making it more generic as it's currently tailor made to my requirements (ActiveDirectory integration and SQL Server as a DB). The technologies used however, will not change :)

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Is it also to see totals per booked to accounts and posible to set a target and see how much you transferd to that account.

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What i meant is it posible to create a category for company or a IBAN so i can see how much i pay that specific company over time without having to tag the payment each month?

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Hi yes, should be possible. Once I get home from my holiday and after moving (yes gonna be busy next month) I will have a look if I can open-source it.

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I wrote a little script that loads my transactions into Azure Table Storage twice a day. Using that as a source, I always have an updated PowerBI dashboard that shows my financial information and gives insight into spending patterns per vendor, etc.

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We are working on an app that automatically categorizes your payments and gives you an overview.

Some screenshots:

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Anyone willing to help us test it, let me know!

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Let me know what to test.

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Zeer netjes! Very nice!

How will the data be collected? The reason I built my own categorizer is that I don't really like having transactions etc hosted by third party providers beside bunq. This one however, looks slick.

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@René, you can download our current builds here:

iOS: https://u2.getupdraft.com/getapp/c9ae99c72a754bfd81d9f43a4cfcf938

Android: https://u2.getupdraft.com/getapp/fbe235916a614f7aacb332435ca797b3

Be aware that they will only work until we release a new version.

@Délano, through the API we get the data required for categorization. We only collect the fields necessary for categorization (like description and type of payment), so the data is anonymized.

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Interesting, how does this work if I already have an api running and thus an api key in use? Is there a way to “forward” payments to your api via my own api? This way I can keep using my api and, at the same time, removing full api access for third parties.

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@Hidde, the app looks great!

I really want to try it out.

Can you give a bit more specific information about the data you collect? Is it local on the phone, is it on your servers, is it encrypted in transit or at storage, how do you anonymise?

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Hi Taco,

Thanks! I'll keep you updated in this thread.

Regarding your questions:

  • Data is not stored locally on your phone
  • We use HTTPS and SSL/TLS encryption in transit
  • Data is encrypted and stored on our server in the EU
  • Anonymization is done by decoupling personal data from transaction data
  • Data will be removed if a user disconnects

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@Hidde any response to my question above?

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@Délano, I had a look into it but unfortunately we don't support an integration of that nature.

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That's too bad. Would be perfect though as my API key is already in use... Hopefully in the future.

As I am thinking you probably use the callback feature of bunq. If I post the same JSON structure to your endpoint, wouldn't it work?

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Difficult to assess for me at this stage, our focus is currently on improving the app itself. Maybe in the future we'll think about other kinds of integrations :)

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I have been testing the app and love it. There is a few things still to be done to make it really usable on a daily basis, but it is really close. How can I help?

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A couple of weeks ago I posted the BunqWeb project which has been evolved into the BunqDesktop project.

BunqDesktop runs locally on your machine so you don't have to worry to share your API key with a third party!

The API key and data is completely encrypted and can be password protected!

The desktop client is currently in beta and is updated regularly.

Check it out at https://bunqdesktop.com

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Hi Dennis,


Wat een handige optie zou zijn is als je een categorie kan maken van eem bedrijf of tegenrekening, zo dat je niet zelf elke keer een bedrag of te taggen met een categorie. Dan krijg je automatisch een overzicht wat er naar dat bedrijf of rekening nummer is gegaan.

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I tinkered around a bit last weekend and I've managed to create my first implementation of pinsparen, it works like a charm =D

But i can't share the source code just yet, because it not really user friendly yet and is has some hardcoded values I need to get rid of.

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That's truly awesome Wouter! Do keep us up to date! 👍

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Pretty cool indeed :D

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What is pinsparen exactly? ^^ And how does it work?

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Nice!

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Let us know when it's ready, I'd love to use it!

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Indeed so, code would be great! Or an app others can use anyways :)

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Everytime I make a payment (card, iDeal or ATM withdrawl) the application will make sure my account balance is in whole euros.


So when I payed 2,30 for something, the application would transfer 70 cents to my savings account. So my main account always has a nice rounded balance and I save some pocket change in the meantime

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Whoops this was supposed to be a reaction to timo..

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Funny i do it the same way with a python script running in azure using azure functions and logic app, a step by step guide can be found here.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/money-automation-charl-pels

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We have already integrated @bunq accounts in our multi banking apps #banking4 / available for iOS, Android, Windows and MacOS -> subsembly.com/banking4.html

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I can only say that it works really really great 👍

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Is this app only available in German? Or also Dutch/English?

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As of now the UI is in German language

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The awesome folks at YNAB have released an API for their budgeting website! Their API is really easy to use. (At least if you don't forget the Content-Type header... hehe)

Here's my Python script to get the transactions from BUNQ and send them to YNAB:

https://github.com/wesselt/bunq2ynab


I've got it running as a cronjob to upload transactions every 15 minutes, works like a charm!

Thanks for the BUNQ API, this was fun to do :)

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Hey Wessel,


Nice that you have build this! May I ask why you have not opted to use our python SDK ?

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@Kevin: Thanks! Are you OGKevin on github? I did check out the SDK and am planning to study more of it, like how you use Cryptodome and unit tests.


Some reasons why I didn't use the SDK:

  • Last year I did some calls by hand with curl and bash. So I already knew the API, but not the SDK
  • Wanted to play around with signing and verifying
  • The natural contract between me and BUNQ is the HTTP endpoint
  • Running your code on my server feels weird. How do I even update the code? It's not part of apt-get update?

Counter question: Even if there was another BUNQ user who also uses YNAB, I can't imagine they would trust my code with their API key. The call to create a session token returns my driver's license number, birthdate, city of birth ....!?! Why doesn't the API support tokens for a limited set of accounts and with read rights?

P.S. You might enjoy checking out the YNAB API, it's really beautiful: https://api.youneedabudget.com/

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  • Running your code on my server feels weird. How do I even update the code? It's not part of apt-get update?

How so ? The code goes through a 4 eyes principle and is developed by bunq itself. Wouldn't that increase trust ? However, you should always read the API terms just to be sure http://bunq.com/terms-api :-).

The python SDK is hosted on PyPi https://pypi.org/project/bunq-sdk/ which means you must install/update the code via pip, the python package manager.


Regarding your counter question I would refer you to this post https://together.bunq.com/topic/api-key-with-scopes and place your vote/comment there. The API was initially build for personal use and not for 3th party integration. Hence there are no scopes. Who knows maybe this will change in the future.

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@Kevin: Thanks for the pointer, I've added a comment and upvote to the scope question!


Reading up on pip (and virtualenv) is on my todo list :)


To be honest, I'm really unsure about the SDK thing. The API would benefit much more from being simplified. Make obvious use cases like importing transactions in Excel easy. And allow users to share their solutions without sharing their driver's license.


Without simplification and sharing, I think you're riding a dead horse.

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The SDK is supposed to simplify things for you. 🙂 It removes a lot of complexity that you would have when building your own custom API wrapper or when you make the calls the API manually.

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@Sander: Yeah, I understand!


You're ignoring the elephant in the room. The sharing problem is glaringly obvious. If I browse these forums, pretty much every first reply to a new project is that I'd love to try it, but can't due to the API key being a plaintext root password.

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But the thing I dont understand is, what does this sharing problem has to do with not using our SDK ? These are 2 completely separate topics/issues.


The SDK is there to make it easier for you.


Once you have the config set up. To get payments all you have to do is Payment::listing(). literally that one method without parameters gives you your last 10 transactions. If for some reason you still find this complicated I ask you to create another together topic so we can discuss this further.

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@Wessel I replied to your comment regarding that the API should be simplified. The API key possibilities is (imho) a completely different topic. It has been proposed a couple of times already to have scoped API keys or at least some way of more restricted access for third parties. 😁 You can leave your comments/votes there as well. 🙂

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@Kevin: Wow, I thought I had to create a CSV export to read transactions. I'll try a list on the "payment" endpoint :)


The link between the SDK and the sharing problem is effort. You've done a lot of work to solve the non-problem of language specific bindings. I think the effort would have been spent better solving the sharing problem, which blocks every possible use of the API.

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I made it possible for giving descriptions within the url of bunq_pay which was actually originally made by @Bastiaan


Here is the github: https://github.com/jesgeerts/bunq_pay

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Cool feature! I'm trying to install PHP to try it :D

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Nice use of the code Jesse! 👍👍

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Ahhhh makes me happy to see the SDK being used :D even thought its an old version 🎊

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@Bastiaan Since I'm not able to create a form with it I can send a PR and that you can add it into yours ;)

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@Kevin: I've updated it to use the new SDK 😁:

https://github.com/basst85/bunq_pay

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I updated my bunq_pay repository against the one of @Bastiaan and pushed the new and updated files: https://github.com/jesgeerts/bunq_pay

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For the descriptions

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The latest release of Firefly III can import transactions from bunq.


https://github.com/firefly-iii/firefly-iii

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Automated payments for cashback sites.

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E-commerce Api?

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Api desktop is safe?

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The desktop app is an open source project. bunq is not involved in the development, nor does bunq give any guarantees about its safety. The project is under active development, and when you know how to code you can browse through the source and assess its security yourself. 🙂 The app offers a nice way to use bunq on your desktop. 😁

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Just published my first version of a BunqAggregation webservice:

https://github.com/duijvelshoff/BunqAggregation

At the moment it supports the following:

Conditions:

  • Bunq Callbacks (mutations)
  • Triggers

Actions:

  • Difference (based on CallBack) - Result: Transfer difference between current saldo and before transaction.
  • Exact - Result: Transfer an exact amount or max possible form an account to an IBAN.
  • Percentage - Result: Transfer an percentage of an account to an IBAN.

Suggestions are welcome!

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Looks very nice Nick! 👍

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Got a new update: I started working on a IFTTT integration!

=> https://github.com/duijvelshoff/BunqAggregation/tree/ifttt-intergration

Please submit your use cases for triggers and actions!

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Another day another update:

=> IFTTT integration supports:

  • Send payment request (to email).
  • Transfer money: Defined amount/percentage or full saldo.

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Hey Nick,

this looks promising. Can you give us some advice on how to test/use it? Maybe as a small readme?


Thanks a lot. 😊

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Hi Phil,


The readme is on my todo list! ;-) It's just running the code with dotnet 1.1.x using the following steps:

https://github.com/duijvelshoff/bunqAggregation.git
cd bunqAggregation
dotnet run (debug mode)
You also need to set the following environment variables:

BUNQ_API_KEY
ELASTIC_BASEURL*
ELASTIC_PASSWORD*
ELASTIC_USERNAME*
IFTTT_CHANNEL_KEY
IFTTT_SERVICE_KEY
BUNQAGGREGATION_BASEURL

* it you don't want to use elastic for call-back logging, you will have to remove it from the CallbackController and I believe Bastiaan already has it dockerized?

Enjoy!

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Not an API creation, but a browser extension that makes sure websites write bunq correctly.

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Haha, nice! Although, bunqAggregation looks weird...

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must have 😂

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Nick how do I use the IFTTT integration?