improved

The id:all scope will show enabled connections

When creating a new connection with the id:all scope, or setting bankId to all when using the Moneyhub client library, the bank chooser will be shown to allow the end user to select the bank. Previously this scope would require all connection types to be enabled, but now the scope will simply show the bank chooser with just the enabled connections listed

added

Added providerAccountId field to accounts

Accounts now include a providerAccountId field, which is the Id of the account provided by the bank. This Id will remain constant across multiple connections

added

API Demo Signup is now live

New API users can sign-up to the admin portal and begin demoing the API immediately following this link: https://admin-portal.moneyhub.co.uk/signup/api-demo

improved

Accounts can now be filtered by connectionId

You can now GET /accounts and filter them by their connectionId.

added

Adding default scopes for new API clients

We have expanded the default scopes when creating new api clients to make it easier to get started with our API! :tada:

improved

Account name Improvements

We are now using the Products API for all our open banking providers to enhance the account name.
This is a first step to allow us to get more data related to the products that a user has with their banking provider.

improved

Node.js Library allows access tokens to be passed in

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Requires @mft/[email protected] and later

added

New Getting Started Guide

We now have a brand new getting started guide found here: https://docs.moneyhubenterprise.com/docs/getting-started

added

Extended Connection Statuses

To enhance the visibility of our connection statuses, we have added the property extendedStatus which will house some enumerable values to explain the status of the connection further.

improved

Node.js library uses PAR authorisation URLs by default

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Requires @mft/moneyhub-api-client version 5.3.0 onwards