Poppy Cooke

Poppy Cooke

1651221059

How to Implement a Stripe Payment Gateway in Angular 13

Today, I would like to show you Angular 13 Stripe payment integration example. In this article, we will implement a Stripe payment gateway integration in Angular 13. 

Angular 13 Stripe Payment Integration Example

  • Step 1: Create New App
  • Step 2: Create Stripe App
  • Step 3: app/app.component.ts
  • Step 4: app/app.component.html

Step 1: Create New App

This step is not required; however, if you have not created the angular app, then you may go ahead and execute the below command:

ng new myNewApp

Step 2: Create Stripe App

Here you need to create stripe api key. so let's go to Go to Stripe Account.

Register to create a stripe developer account.

Click on the “Get your test API keys” section.

You will find api key as like below i showed you, This api key we need to use in our code:

pk_test_09GJJuNx4ScHIcoML69tx2aa

Step 3: app/app.component.ts

import { Component } from '@angular/core';
  
@Component({
  selector: 'app-root',
  templateUrl: './app.component.html',
  styleUrls: ['./app.component.css']
})
export class AppComponent {
  paymentHandler: any = null;
  stripeAPIKey: any = 'pk_test_09GJJuNx4ScHIcoML69tx2aa';
  
  constructor() {}
  
  /*------------------------------------------
  --------------------------------------------
  ngOnInit() Function
  --------------------------------------------
  --------------------------------------------*/
  ngOnInit() {
    this.invokeStripe();
  }
  
  /*------------------------------------------
  --------------------------------------------
  makePayment() Function
  --------------------------------------------
  --------------------------------------------*/
  makePayment(amount: any) {
    const paymentHandler = (<any>window).StripeCheckout.configure({
      key: this.stripeAPIKey,
      locale: 'auto',
      token: function (stripeToken: any) {
        console.log(stripeToken);
        alert('Stripe token generated!');
      },
    });
    paymentHandler.open({
      name: 'codequs.com',
      description: '3 widgets',
      amount: amount * 100,
    });
  }
  
  /*------------------------------------------
  --------------------------------------------
  invokeStripe() Function
  --------------------------------------------
  --------------------------------------------*/
  invokeStripe() {
    if (!window.document.getElementById('stripe-script')) {
      const script = window.document.createElement('script');
  
      script.id = 'stripe-script';
      script.type = 'text/javascript';
      script.src = 'https://checkout.stripe.com/checkout.js';
      script.onload = () => {
        this.paymentHandler = (<any>window).StripeCheckout.configure({
          key: this.stripeAPIKey,
          locale: 'auto',
          token: function (stripeToken: any) {
            console.log(stripeToken);
            alert('Payment has been successfull!');
          },
        });
      };
  
      window.document.body.appendChild(script);
    }
  }
}

Step 4: app/app.component.html

<div class="container">
  <h2 class="mt-5 mb-4">Angular 13 Stripe Payment Gateway Example</h2>
  <div class="col-md-5 mb-2">
    <button (click)="makePayment(15)" class="btn btn-danger btn-block">Pay $15</button>
  </div>
  <div class="col-md-5 mb-2">
    <button (click)="makePayment(25)" class="btn btn-primary btn-block">Pay $25</button>
  </div>
  <div class="col-md-5">
    <button (click)="makePayment(35)" class="btn btn-success btn-block">Pay $35</button>
  </div>
</div>

Run Angular App:

All the required steps have been done, now you have to type the given below command and hit enter to run the Angular app:

ng serve

Now, Go to your web browser, type the given URL and view the app output:

http://localhost:4200

You can use following stripe testing cards:

 

NumberBrandCVCDate
4242424242424242VisaAny 3 digitsAny future date
5555555555554444MastercardAny 3 digitsAny future date

I hope it can help you...

#angular #angular13 #stripe

How to Implement a Stripe Payment Gateway in Angular 13
Web  Dev

Web Dev

1650681367

Build and Deploy a Modern E-Commerce App with Stripe, React and Next.js

Build and Deploy a Modern Full Stack ECommerce Application with Stripe

Every web developer needs to know how to build an ECommerce Web Shop Application. Learn how to build the best and most modern one simply by watching this course. Our e-commerce application will include modern design and animations, the ability to add and edit products on the go using a Sanity, all advanced cart, and checkout functionalities, and most importantly, the complete integration with Stripe so that you can cover real payments.

In this course, you'll learn:
- Advanced React Best Practices such as folder and file structure, hooks, and refs
- Advanced State Management of the entire application using React Context API
- Next.js Best Practices such as file-based routing and data using server-side rendering and static generation
- You’ll learn how to integrate Stripe to manage payments, products, shipping rates, and the entire checkout process
Most importantly, you’ll learn how to manage the entire content of your app using Sanity. Sanity is the unified content platform that’ll make the making of our entire app possible

Time Stamps 👇
00:00:00 Intro & Setup
00:10:20 Sanity Setup
00:24:33 Homepage
00:40:37 Hook up Sanity
00:54:13 Products
01:06:33 Layout
01:16:24 Product Details
01:42:10 Context Logic
02:02:52 Cart Logic
02:36:52 Stripe
03:09:48 Success Page
03:26:36 Deployment

📚 Materials/References:
GitHub Code (give it a star ⭐): https://github.com/adrianhajdin/ecommerce_sanity_stripe 
Styles & Other Code: https://gist.github.com/adrianhajdin/55e019f0ec6a48c0ca6d933d3cf0181c 
Assets: https://minhaskamal.github.io/DownGit/#/home 

#ecommerce #stripe #fullstack #react #webdev #webdevelopment #webdeveloper 

 

Build and Deploy a Modern E-Commerce App with Stripe, React and Next.js
Code  Camp

Code Camp

1649898947

How to Create Dashboard using Appsmith, Google Sheet API & Stripe API

Low-Code for Freelance Developers & Startups – Tutorial

Low-code is a software development approach that requires little coding in order to build applications. It is made possible through a low-code platform. Learn how to use low code tools and APIs to build a customer support dashboard. You will learn how create the dashboard using the Appsmith platform, Google Sheet API, and the Stripe API.

🏗️ This course was made possible through a grant from Appsmith. Learn more about Appsmith: https://www.appsmith.com/ 

#appsmith #google #stripe #api 

 

How to Create Dashboard using Appsmith, Google Sheet API & Stripe API
Ahebwe  Oscar

Ahebwe Oscar

1649249118

Pinax Stripe: A Payments Django App for Stripe

Pinax Stripe (Light)

This app was formerly called django-stripe-payments and has been renamed to avoid namespace collisions and to have more consistency with Pinax. It has once more been renamed to pinax-stripe-light (package name, though it retains the pinax.stripe.* Python namespace).

Pinax

Pinax is an open-source platform built on the Django Web Framework. It is an ecosystem of reusable Django apps and starter project templates. This collection can be found at http://pinaxproject.com.

This app was developed as part of the Pinax ecosystem but is just a Django app and can be used independently of other Pinax apps.

pinax-stripe-light

pinax-stripe-light is a Django app for integrating Stripe webhooks into your project. It also includes from lightweight utilities like template tags to make working with Stripe a bit easier.

Contribute

See this blog post including a video, or our How to Contribute section for an overview on how contributing to Pinax works. For concrete contribution ideas, please see our Ways to Contribute/What We Need Help With section.

In case of any questions we recommend you join our Pinax Slack team and ping us there instead of creating an issue on GitHub. Creating issues on GitHub is of course also valid but we are usually able to help you faster if you ping us in Slack.

Code of Conduct

In order to foster a kind, inclusive, and harassment-free community, the Pinax Project has a code of conduct, which can be found here. We ask you to treat everyone as a smart human programmer that shares an interest in Python, Django, and Pinax with you.

Pinax Project Blog and Twitter

For updates and news regarding the Pinax Project, please follow us on Twitter at @pinaxproject and check out our blog.

Download Details:
Author: pinax
Source Code: https://github.com/pinax/pinax-stripe-light
License: View license

#django  #python #stripe 

Pinax Stripe: A Payments Django App for Stripe

Stripe.Net: A Sync/Async .NET Client & A Class Library for Stripe

Stripe.net

The official Stripe .NET library, supporting .NET Standard 2.0+, .NET Core 2.0+, and .NET Framework 4.6.1+.

Installation

Using the .NET Core command-line interface (CLI) tools:

dotnet add package Stripe.net

Using the NuGet Command Line Interface (CLI):

nuget install Stripe.net

Using the Package Manager Console:

Install-Package Stripe.net

From within Visual Studio:

  1. Open the Solution Explorer.
  2. Right-click on a project within your solution.
  3. Click on Manage NuGet Packages...
  4. Click on the Browse tab and search for "Stripe.net".
  5. Click on the Stripe.net package, select the appropriate version in the right-tab and click Install.

Documentation

For a comprehensive list of examples, check out the API documentation. See video demonstrations covering how to use the library.

Usage

Per-request configuration

All of the service methods accept an optional RequestOptions object. This is used if you want to set an idempotency key, if you are using Stripe Connect, or if you want to pass the secret API key on each method.

var requestOptions = new RequestOptions();
requestOptions.ApiKey = "SECRET API KEY";
requestOptions.IdempotencyKey = "SOME STRING";
requestOptions.StripeAccount = "CONNECTED ACCOUNT ID";

Using a custom HttpClient

You can configure the library with your own custom HttpClient:

StripeConfiguration.StripeClient = new StripeClient(
    apiKey,
    httpClient: new SystemNetHttpClient(httpClient));

Please refer to the Advanced client usage wiki page to see more examples of using custom clients, e.g. for using a proxy server, a custom message handler, etc.

Automatic retries

The library automatically retries requests on intermittent failures like on a connection error, timeout, or on certain API responses like a status 409 Conflict. Idempotency keys are always added to requests to make any such subsequent retries safe.

By default, it will perform up to two retries. That number can be configured with StripeConfiguration.MaxNetworkRetries:

StripeConfiguration.MaxNetworkRetries = 0; // Zero retries

Writing a plugin

If you're writing a plugin that uses the library, we'd appreciate it if you identified using StripeConfiguration.AppInfo:

StripeConfiguration.AppInfo = new AppInfo
{
    Name = "MyAwesomePlugin",
    Url = "https://myawesomeplugin.info",
    Version = "1.2.34",
};

This information is passed along when the library makes calls to the Stripe API. Note that while Name is always required, Url and Version are optional.

Development

The test suite depends on stripe-mock, so make sure to fetch and run it from a background terminal (stripe-mock's README also contains instructions for installing via Homebrew and other methods):

go get -u github.com/stripe/stripe-mock
stripe-mock

Run all tests from the src/StripeTests directory:

dotnet test

Run some tests, filtering by name:

dotnet test --filter FullyQualifiedName~InvoiceServiceTest

Run tests for a single target framework:

dotnet test --framework netcoreapp2.1

The library uses dotnet-format for code formatting. Code must be formatted before PRs are submitted, otherwise CI will fail. Run the formatter with:

dotnet format src/Stripe.net.sln

For any requests, bug or comments, please open an issue or submit a pull request.

Download Details:
Author: stripe
Source Code: https://github.com/stripe/stripe-dotnet
License: Apache-2.0 License

#dotnet  #aspdotnet  #csharp #stripe 

Stripe.Net: A Sync/Async .NET Client & A Class Library for Stripe

How to Create Membership Blog with Laravel and Stripe (15 Hours)

In this video, we will create a full membership blog with Laravel and add a Stripe payment gateway. Full crud as well different roles for users.

Links:
Blog Template - https://github.com/AngelJayMedia/blog-stripe
Laravel Cashier Docs - https://laravel.com/docs/8.x/billing#retrieving-invoices

Timestamps: 
00:00 Introduction
00:03:35 Libraries Explained
00:12:12 Set up and Clone Repository
00:19:30 Create applications Models
00:30:28 Set up User Model and users migration schema
00:37:02 Set up Profile Model and profiles migration schema
00:46:22 Create User policy and register policy
01:00:39 Set up Post model and posts migration schema
01:20:10 Create HasAuthor trait and relations
01:32:40 Create Post policy and register policy
01:48:15 Set up Tag model and tags migration schema
01:58:30 Create HasTags trait and relations
02:10:04 Set up Comment model and comments migration schema
02:27:16 Create HasComments trait and relations
02:34:14 Create Comment policy and register policy
02:41:35 Install Laravel Cashier (Stripe)
02:50:27 Create Stripe products and Plan model
03:01:35 Create Plan seeder
03:07:13 Create User seeder and Profile factory
03:17:20 Create Post seeder and Post factory
03:30:44 Create Tag seeder and Tag factory
03:42:06 Create Comment seeder and Comment factory
03:55:22 Create Membership Controller Route and View
04:09:48 Create Stripe customer on registration
04:20:29 Create "Setup Intent" to charge the customer
04:31:58 Use Billing address and checkout view
04:45:26 Stripe Elements and process form
05:04:11 Create new subscription with Stripe
05:21:21 Sync Customer data with Stripe
05:50:45 Updates and Fixes
05:54:06 Check subscription status and updates
06:13:41 Create LoginResponse and redirect users
06:25:40 Admin routes, Controller and admin layout
06:42:40 Display all users in the admin dashboard
07:00:36 Display all posts in the admin dashboard
07:11:01 Display all tags in the admin dashboard
07:19:20 Display posts according to writer
07:33:10 Display all writers in admin dashboard
07:42:40 Tag CRUD - Tag policy
07:52:30 Tag CRUD - Create method, Route & view
08:05:50 Tag CRUD - Create TagRequest
08:12:10 Tag CRUD - Create Tag job
08:18:20 Tag CRUD - Save Image Service
08:36:05 Tag CRUD - Dispatch Job to create a tag
08:37:40 Tag CRUD - Create Tag observer
08:43:33 Tag CRUD - Edit view and Update method
08:54:00 Tag CRUD - Dispatch Job to update tag
09:07:20 Tag CRUD - Dispatch Job to delete a tag
09:18:40 Post CRUD - Update Post policy
09:25:00 Post CRUD - Install choices.js
09:30:00 Post CRUD - Create view & method
09:49:53 Post CRUD - Create Post Request
09:56:53 Post CRUD - Update & fixes
10:05:12 Post CRUD - Create & dispatch CreatePost job
10:18:40 Post CRUD - Create Post observer
10:21:32 Post CRUD - Edit view and Update method
10:36:08 Post CRUD - Dispatch UpdatePost job
10:45:45 Post CRUD - Dispatch DeletePost job
11:00:39 Livewire Home latest posts
11:08:35 Blade component - Home latest post
11:17:02 Load more button & Post factory slug
11:29:10 Show single post view & method
11:46:05 Create a social share for posts
11:57:20 Add meta tags to show view
12:02:30 Restrict access to posts
12:06:25 Check if Author allowed comments 
12:10:28 Nested comments
13:41:50 Display all tags with images
13:48:15 Display all posts of a tag
13:58:25 Read time indicator for posts
14:03:15 Limit to the number of replies
14:09:20 Enable profile images & create custom URL
14:14:22 Update authors profile social links
14:26:16 Authors index view and links to profile
14:44:26 Author profile page with all posts
14:53:40 Sidenav update in Post-side view
14:58:10 Stripe - Cancel Subscription
15:08:55 Stripe - Resume Subscription
15:18:10 Stripe - Trail with payment Upfront
15:27:05 Stripe - Trail without payment Upfront
15:36:55 Stripe - Invoices and end of series

#laravel #stripe #php 

How to Create Membership Blog with Laravel and Stripe (15 Hours)
Vinnie  Erdman

Vinnie Erdman

1647437943

How Set Up The Stripe Webhook to Update Subscriptions in Firestore

We set up the Stripe Webhook to update subscriptions in Firestore. Also, we styled our Vue project with Bootstrap CSS, and we created the Stripe Checkout and Customer Portal Sessions.

Part 1: ☞ https://morioh.com/p/4884f5bbaebb?

#enterflash  #stripe  #subscriptions #vue #firebase 

How Set Up The Stripe Webhook to Update Subscriptions in Firestore
Vinnie  Erdman

Vinnie Erdman

1647423480

How to Set Up Vue.js & Firebase with Stripe & Firebase Authentication

For this first part, we set up the Vue.js and Firebase project with the Stripe extension and Firebase Authentication.

Code GitHub repo: https://github.com/EnterFlash/firebase-vue-subscriptions

https://morioh.com/p/47e59092ae66?
 

#enterflash  #stripe  #firebase #vue 

How to Set Up Vue.js & Firebase with Stripe & Firebase Authentication

How to Make A Request To The Stripe API with Stripe.net

Learn how to make requests to the Stripe API using the Stripe.net client library. You'll see how to format parameters and pass request body, query string params, and request headers.

Table of contents

00:00 Overview
01:16 API reference
04:10 Create an object passing no params
05:12 Retrieve single object
06:50 Create an object with scalar values
09:06 Create an object with enum values
10:42 Create an object with nested object
13:45 Create an object with a list of strings
15:00 Update an object with scalar values
17:13 Update an object with a list of nested objects
20:41 Retrieve a list of objects
22:50 Retrieve a list filtered by scalar
24:53 Delete an object
26:00 Custom methods overview
26:58 Custom method demo
30:40 Nested service method overview
31:08 Nested service method demo
33:34 Request headers overview
34:40 Request headers demo
39:19 Conclusion

 Resources

Official client library: https://github.com/stripe/stripe-dotnet/
Code: https://github.com/stripe-samples/developer-office-hours/blob/master/2020-10-30-client-libraries/dotnet/requests/Program.cs

#stripe 

How to Make A Request To The Stripe API with Stripe.net

How to Authentication with Stripe-node

Learn about API keys and how to authenticate requests to the Stripe API using the stripe-node client library. You can set API keys globally or per-request. In this episode, we cover secret keys, public or publishable keys, restricted keys, and webhook signing secrets.

00:00 Overview
00:08 Authorization header
00:18 Types of API keys
00:38 Publishable keys
01:00 Secret keys
01:44 Restricted keys
02:07 Webhook signing secrets
03:33 Roll API keys
04:03 Set API key globally
05:10 Set API key per-request
06:30 Authenticate requests for Stripe Connect globally
09:30 Conclusion

Code: https://github.com/stripe-samples/developer-office-hours/blob/master/2020-10-30-client-libraries/node/authentication.js

#stripe 

How to Authentication with Stripe-node

Zebra: Python Library That Makes using Stripe with Django Even Easier

Overview

Zebra is a library that makes using Stripe with Django even easier.

It's made of:

  • zebra, the core library, with forms, webhook handlers, abstract models, mixins, signals, and templatetags that cover most stripe implementations.
  • marty, an example app for how to integrate zebra, that also serves as its test suite.

Pull requests are quite welcome!

Usage

Installation

  1. pip install django-zebra
  2. Edit your settings.py:
INSTALLED_APPS += ("zebra",)
STRIPE_SECRET = "YOUR-SECRET-API-KEY"
STRIPE_PUBLISHABLE = "YOUR-PUBLISHABLE-API-KEY"
# Set any optional settings (below)

3.   (optional) ./manage.py syncdb if you have ZEBRA_ENABLE_APP = True

4.   (optional) Add in the webhook urls:

urlpatterns += patterns('',          
	url(r'zebra/',   include('zebra.urls',  namespace="zebra",  app_name='zebra') ),
)

5.   Enjoy easy billing.

Optional Settings:

  • ZEBRA_ENABLE_APP Defaults to False. Enables Customer, Plan, and Subscription django models, as a part of zebra.
  • ZEBRA_CUSTOMER_MODEL The app+model string for the model that implements the StripeCustomerMixin. ie "myapp.MyCustomer". If ZEBRA_ENABLE_APP is true, defaults to "zebra.Customer".
  • ZEBRA_AUTO_CREATE_STRIPE_CUSTOMERS Defaults to True. Automatically creates a stripe customer object on stripe_customer access, if one doesn't exist.

Webhooks

Zebra handles all the webhooks that stripe sends back and calls a set of signals that you can plug your app into. To use the webhooks:

Note: The initial Stripe webhook system is being deprecated. See below for a description of Zebra's support for the new system.

Zebra provides:

  • zebra_webhook_recurring_payment_failed
  • zebra_webhook_invoice_ready
  • zebra_webhook_recurring_payment_succeeded
  • zebra_webhook_subscription_trial_ending
  • zebra_webhook_subscription_final_payment_attempt_failed

All of the webhooks provide the same arguments:

  • customer - if ZEBRA_CUSTOMER_MODEL is set, returns an instance that matches the stripe_customer_id, or None. If ZEBRA_CUSTOMER_MODEL is not set, returns None.
  • full_json - the full json response, parsed with simplejson.

So, for example, to update the customer's new billing date after a successful payment, you could:

(assuming you've set ZEBRA_CUSTOMER_MODEL or are using ZEBRA_ENABLE_APP):

from zebra.signals import zebra_webhook_recurring_payment_succeeded

def update_last_invoice_date(sender, **kwargs):
    customer = kwargs.pop("customer", None)
    full_json = kwargs.pop("full_json", None)
    customer.billing_date = full_json.date
    customer.save()

zebra_webhook_recurring_payment_succeeded.connect(update_last_invoice_date)

Webhooks Update

Stripe recently updated their webhook implementation (see https://stripe.com/blog/webhooks). Zebra includes an implementation of the new system.

Zebra provides:

  • zebra_webhook_charge_succeeded
  • zebra_webhook_charge_failed
  • zebra_webhook_charge_refunded
  • zebra_webhook_charge_disputed
  • zebra_webhook_customer_created
  • zebra_webhook_customer_updated
  • zebra_webhook_customer_deleted
  • zebra_webhook_customer_subscription_created
  • zebra_webhook_customer_subscription_updated
  • zebra_webhook_customer_subscription_deleted
  • zebra_webhook_customer_subscription_trial_will_end
  • zebra_webhook_customer_discount_created
  • zebra_webhook_customer_discount_updated
  • zebra_webhook_customer_discount_deleted
  • zebra_webhook_invoice_created
  • zebra_webhook_invoice_updated
  • zebra_webhook_invoice_payment_succeeded
  • zebra_webhook_invoice_payment_failed
  • zebra_webhook_invoiceitem_created
  • zebra_webhook_invoiceitem_updated
  • zebra_webhook_invoiceitem_deleted
  • zebra_webhook_plan_created
  • zebra_webhook_plan_updated
  • zebra_webhook_plan_deleted
  • zebra_webhook_coupon_created
  • zebra_webhook_coupon_updated
  • zebra_webhook_coupon_deleted
  • zebra_webhook_transfer_created
  • zebra_webhook_transfer_failed
  • zebra_webhook_ping

Zebra also provides an easy map of all the signals as zebra.signals.WEBHOOK_MAP, which maps events (charge_succeeded) to the Zebra signal (zebra_webhook_charge_succeeded). To assign a handler to all the signals that zebra sends, for example, loop over the items in the map:

for event_key, webhook_signal in WEBHOOK_MAP.iteritems():
    webhook_signal.connect(webhook_logger)

Forms

The StripePaymentForm sets up a form with fields like the official stripe example.

In particular, the form is stripped of the name attribute for any of the credit card fields, to prevent accidental submission. Media is also provided to set up stripe.js (it assumes you have jQuery).

Use it in a view like so:

if request.method == 'POST':
    zebra_form = StripePaymentForm(request.POST)
    if zebra_form.is_valid():
        my_profile = request.user.get_profile()
        stripe_customer = stripe.Customer.retrieve(my_profile.stripe_customer_id)
        stripe_customer.card = zebra_form.cleaned_data['stripe_token']
        stripe_customer.save()

        my_profile.last_4_digits = zebra_form.cleaned_data['last_4_digits']
        my_profile.stripe_customer_id = stripe_customer.id
        my_profile.save()

        # Do something kind for the user

else:
    zebra_form = StripePaymentForm()

Template Tags

There are a couple of template tags that take care of setting up the stripe env, and rendering a basic cc update form. Note that it's expected your StripePaymentForm is called either zebra_form or form.

To use in a template:

{% extends "base.html" %}{% load zebra_tags %}

{% block head %}{{block.super}}
    {% zebra_head_and_stripe_key %}
{% endblock %}

{% block content %}
    {% zebra_card_form %}
{% endblock %}

That's it - all the stripe tokeny goodness happens, and errors are displayed to your users.

Models and Mixins

Model and Mixin docs coming. For now, the code is pretty self-explanatory, and decently documented inline.

Other Useful Bits

Zebra comes with a manage.py command to clear out all the test customers from your account. To use it, run:

./manage.py clear_stripe_test_customers

It responds to --verbosity=[0-3].

Credits

I did not write any of stripe. It just makes me happy to use, and inspired to make better APIs for my users. For Stripe info, ask them: stripe.com

Code credits are in the AUTHORS file. Pull requests welcome!

Download Details:
Author: GoodCloud
Source Code: https://github.com/GoodCloud/django-zebra
License: MIT License

#django #python #stripe 

Zebra: Python Library That Makes using Stripe with Django Even Easier

Django Stripe: Implements All Of The Stripe Models for Django

dj-stripe - Django + Stripe Made Easy

Stripe Models for Django.

Introduction

dj-stripe implements all of the Stripe models, for Django. Set up your webhook endpoint and start receiving model updates. You will then have a copy of all the Stripe models available in Django models, as soon as they are updated!

The full documentation is available on Read the Docs.

Features

  • Stripe Core
  • Stripe Billing
  • Stripe Cards (JS v2) and Sources (JS v3)
  • Payment Methods and Payment Intents (SCA support)
  • Support for multiple accounts and API keys
  • Stripe Connect (partial support)
  • Tested with Stripe API 2020-08-27 (see API versions)

Requirements

  • Django 2.2+
  • Python 3.6+
  • PostgreSQL engine (recommended) 9.5+
  • MySQL engine: MariaDB 10.2+ or MySQL 5.7+ (Django 3.2.5+ required for MySQL 8 support)
  • SQLite: Not recommended in production. Version 3.26+ required.

--8<-- "docs/installation.md"

Changelog

See release notes on Read the Docs.

Funding and Support

You can now become a sponsor to dj-stripe with GitHub Sponsors.

We've been bringing dj-stripe to the world for over 7 years and are excited to be able to start dedicating some real resources to the project.

Your sponsorship helps us keep a team of maintainers actively working to improve dj-stripe and ensure it stays up-to-date with the latest Stripe changes. If you use dj-stripe commercially, we would encourage you to invest in its continued development by signing up for a paid plan. Corporate sponsors receive priority support and development time.

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Source Code: https://github.com/dj-stripe/dj-stripe
License: MIT License

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Django Stripe: Implements All Of The Stripe Models for Django
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How to integrate Stripe Checkout form In Django with 5 Steps

Stripe hosted a payment page to make payments quickly from customers. Stripe is a PCI Service Provider Level 1 is the high-grade payment processer and the customer information is secure and safe. In this tutorial, we'll learn how to integrate stripe checkout form in Django With 5 Steps

  1. Add Stripe
  2. Create Stripe Checkout Session
  3. Stripe Checkout Additional params
  4. Confirm Payment with Stripe Webhooks
  5. Register endpoints

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How to integrate Stripe Checkout form In Django with 5 Steps
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How to integrate A Stripe Payment Gateway In The Django Project

Welcome to my Blog, In this article, we will learn how to integrate a stripe payment gateway in the Django project. The Stripe payment gateway has many ways to create payments in our Django project like Charge, Checkout, Transfers, Payouts, and Subscriptions options. In the future, I will definitely target the left of the stripe payment features. I have already set up a new Django project.

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How to integrate A Stripe Payment Gateway In The Django Project
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Build a CRM with Google Sheets + PostgreSQL + Stripe API Tutorial (Ecommerce Course)

Build a CRM (Customer Relationship Management tool) using the Retool low-code platform. We will be learning how to use the Google Sheet API, Stripe API, SMTP API as well as a PostgreSQL database.

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (0:00:00) Introduction
⌨️ (0:04:10) Getting started
⌨️ (0:06:24) Getting Data using the Google Sheets API
⌨️ (0:08:57) Creating Tables
⌨️ (0:38:05) Adding Data using the Google Sheets API
⌨️ (1:01:00) Deleting Data using the Google Sheets API
⌨️ (1:05:10) Processing refunds with the Stripe API
⌨️ (1:26:20) Sending emails with SMTP
⌨️ (1:45:21) Migrating to PostgreSQL

🔗 Google sheet data: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1aKglh0-w8dwyKssc9CJwKiOqTc-COPCuyx4zXnuv3Wg/edit?usp=sharing 
🔗 Postgresql data:  https://github.com/harryho/db-samples/blob/master/pgsql/northwind.sql 

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Build a CRM using the Retool Low-code Platform