Xumm's Payload status updates bridge the gap between your application and the end user by providing real-time feedback on payload interactions.
When users interact with payloads, Xumm provides real-time status updates and results (e.g., rejected, signed with signature). These updates allow you to make your application user interface reflect the status of the interaction with the user, and return sign request results to your application.
Real-Time Status Updates
Keep track of user interactions with the payload.
Update the UI to reflect statuses like "opened" or "signed".
They provide status but not the final resolved data (for security reasons, resolved data like signatures can only be separately fetched from the Xumm platform).
Receive real-time updates in your front-end and back-end.
Frontend: Keep the user informed about the status.
Backend: Determine when you can fetch final results.
This ensures responsiveness and keeps the end-user informed.
Fetching End Results
Webhook: Once the payload is resolved, a Webhook can be sent to your platform for backend processing. For more on WebHooks, see Webhooks.