Design upgrades for Link

Today we released some exciting design upgrades for Link! We first launched Link with the goal of making it the easiest and most secure way to integrate with Plaid. With just a few lines of code, Link makes it possible for end users to search for and connect to thousands

Announcing Plaid Link for iOS

We want to make it as easy as possible to work with financial data, and today, we're thrilled to share Link iOS, a native iOS SDK that makes connecting with user bank accounts even better on mobile. We launched Link in 2015 to help developers focus on building great applications—

Plaid + Bridge

At Plaid, we’re focused on building technology that makes financial services better—and we believe design will play a major role in that effort. Until recently, experiences with financial services have been marked by complexity. But, as banking experiences increasingly become digital, good design can fundamentally change that. And

Introducing the new and improved Dashboard

Today, we’re excited to announce that we’ve shipped a new, completely redesigned Dashboard. New look and feel It’s hard to miss it — we’ve given the Dashboard a fresh new look. Better onboarding experience It’s not just about aesthetics, though. We wanted to make it easier

Seeking refuge from unsafe JavaScript

In late 2013, the vast majority of Plaid's code was JavaScript. Though the proportion has decreased since then, JavaScript still accounts for more than half our code. Early Plaid code was fairly typical imperative JavaScript. For example: module.exports = function(raw) { var o = {}; for (var i = 0; i < raw.