Stripe Subscription Payment Options. This tutorial looks at how to handle subscription payments with Django and Stripe.
There are multiple ways to implement and handle Stripe subscriptions, but the two most well-known are:
In both cases, you can either use Stripe Checkout (which is a Stripe-hosted checkout page) or Stripe Elements (which are a set of custom UI components used to build payment forms). Use Stripe Checkout if you don't mind redirecting your users to a Stripe-hosted page and want Stripe to handle most of the payment process for you (e.g., customer and payment intent creation, etc.), otherwise use Stripe Elements.
The fixed-price approach is much easier to set up, but you don't have full control over the billing cycles and payments. By using this approach Stripe will automatically start charging your customers every billing cycle after a successful checkout.
The future payments approach is harder to set up, but this approach give you full control over the subscriptions. You collect customer details and payment information in advance and charge your customers at a future date. This approach also allows you to sync billing cycles so that you can charge all of your customers on the same day.
Future payments steps:
mode=setup) to collect payment information
In this tutorial, we'll use the fixed-price approach with Stripe Checkout.
Before jumping in, it's worth noting that Stripe doesn't have a default billing frequency. Every Stripe subscription's billing date is determined by the following two factors:
For example, a customer with a monthly subscription set to cycle on the 2nd of the month will always be billed on the 2nd.
If a month doesn’t have the anchor day, the subscription will be billed on the last day of the month. For example, a subscription starting on January 31 bills on February 28 (or February 29 in a leap year), then March 31, April 30, and so on.
To learn more about billing cycles, refer to the Setting the subscription billing cycle date page from the Stripe documentation.
Let's start off by creating a new directory for our project. Inside the directory we'll create and activate a new virtual environment, install Django, and create a new Django project using django-admin:
$ mkdir django-stripe-subscriptions && cd django-stripe-subscriptions $ python3.8 -m venv env $ source env/bin/activate (env)$ pip install django (env)$ django-admin.py startproject djangostripe .
After that, create a new app called
(env)$ python manage.py startapp subscriptions
Register the app in djangostripe/settings.py under
## djangostripe/settings.py INSTALLED_APPS = [ 'django.contrib.admin', 'django.contrib.auth', 'django.contrib.contenttypes', 'django.contrib.sessions', 'django.contrib.messages', 'django.contrib.staticfiles', 'subscriptions.apps.SubscriptionsConfig', ## new ]
Create a new view called
home, which will serve as our main index page:
## subscriptions/views.py def home(request): return render(request, 'home.html')
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