During on-boarding we will provide you with test-apps to test your app. These apps contain a special “developer menu” which will help you to switch easily between environments, languages, and regions. Please note that this menu is for test apps and internal use only, the menu isn't available for live apps.


How does it work?

The developer menu can be used by developers and testers. Below, you will find a step-by-step guide on how to use the Highstreet developer menu on your Android device. 


Step 1: Install the test app

During the installation of the test app, the developer menu will be installed as a separate app.


Step 2: Search for “developer menu” in your app drawer

If you search in your app drawer for “Developer menu” the app should be visible. It uses the same app icon as the (test) app. You can see an example in the screenshot below.



Step 3: Enter your preferred settings in the Localisation or Environments block

Language and country: use the shorts for language and country (e.g. "fr" for French, "en" for English, and "nl" for Dutch).

• Merchant environment: put your preferred environment in (e.g. "development", "staging", or “production").

Please note: all copy should be in lower case and spelled correctly. You can leave the "Highstreet Environment" blank.



Step 4: Launch your test app

Close the app to save your changes. Launch your test app and a banner will be shown indicating that there are developer settings active.



Things to keep in mind:

• When you don't put in any custom settings, the test app will use your device's default language and region settings.
• Check with the Highstreet team to which environment the test app connects by default.
• To switch back to your default settings, you have to delete your custom input in the developer settings.