Accept a payment - Create a PaymentIntent with Go

Accept a payment - Create a PaymentIntent with Go

In this video, you'll learn how to create a PaymentIntent on the server using Go and how to setup a basic Webhook handler. For part two of this series to confirm a PaymentIntent using a variety of payment methods, watch one of the videos in the playlists for front end frameworks:

Accepting a one-time payment with a custom form requires two steps. First, creating a PaymentIntent on the server. Second, confirming the payment intent on the client. It's also recommended that you handle fulfillment for a purchase when receiving a webhook notification of successful payment.

In this video, you'll learn how to create a PaymentIntent on the server using Go and how to setup a basic Webhook handler. For part two of this series to confirm a PaymentIntent using a variety of payment methods, watch one of the videos in the playlists for front end frameworks:

Table of contents

00:00 Overview 01:11 Setup the office hours sample 01:45 Add route to create-payment-intent 02:12 Create a basic PaymentIntent using the API with stripe-go 02:45 Test the endpoint with cURL 03:12 Accept payment method type and currency in request 04:57 Handle errors 05:48 Handle webhook notifications 08:23 Add a config route for fetching publishable keys 09:00 Recap and conclusion

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