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vue-stripe-checkout v3.5.7

Vue plugin for Stripe checkout.

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Vue Stripe Checkout

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Welcome to the Vue Stripe Checkout 3!

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Screen Shot This screenshot is an example of Stripe Checkout

LEGACY

Old version (version 2) is still available here.

Table of Contents

Demo

Live Demo

Install

yarn add vue-stripe-checkout
npm install vue-stripe-checkout

Vue Stripe Checkout

Stripe's new Checkout.

Props

See Checkout documentation.

<template>
  <stripe-checkout
    ref="checkoutRef"
    :pk="publishableKey"
    :items="items"
    :successUrl="successUrl"
    :cancelUrl="cancelUrl"
  >
    <template slot="checkout-button">
      <button @click="checkout">Shut up and take my money!</button>
    </template>
  </stripe-checkout>
</template>

<script>
import { StripeCheckout } from 'vue-stripe-checkout';
export default {
  components: {
    StripeCheckout
  },
  data: () => ({
    loading: false,
    publishableKey: process.env.PUBLISHABLE_KEY,
    items: [
      {
        sku: 'sku_FdQKocNoVzznpJ', 
        quantity: 1
      }
    ],
    successUrl: 'your-success-url',
    cancelUrl: 'your-cancel-url',
  }),
  methods: {
    checkout () {
      this.$refs.checkoutRef.redirectToCheckout();
    }
  }
}
</script>

Vue Stripe Elements

Elements options.

PropsDescription
stripeAccountFor usage with Connect only. Specifying a connected account ID (e.g., acct_24BFMpJ1svR5A89k) allows you to perform actions on behalf of that account.
apiVersionOverride your account's API version.
localeA locale used to globally configure localization in Stripe. Setting the locale here will localize error strings for all Stripe.js methods. It will also configure the locale for Elements and Checkout. Default is auto (Stripe detects the locale of the browser).
styleObjectThe custom style object
SlotsDescription
card-elementSlot for mounting custom elements. See
card-errorsSlot for mounting custom errors

Create custom Stripe form using Stripe Elements.

Docs for additional Stripe Charge Object options like amount, description, currenct, etc.

<template>
  <div>
    <stripe-elements
      ref="elementsRef"
      :pk="publishableKey"
      :amount="amount"
      locale="de"
      @token="tokenCreated"
      @loading="loading = $event"
    >
    </stripe-elements>
    <button @click="submit">Pay ${{amount / 100}}</button>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import { StripeElements } from 'vue-stripe-checkout';
export default {
  components: {
    StripeElements
  },
  data: () => ({
    loading: false,
    amount: 1000,
    publishableKey: process.env.PUBLISHABLE_KEY, 
    token: null,
    charge: null
  }),
  methods: {
    submit () {
      this.$refs.elementsRef.submit();
    },
    tokenCreated (token) {
      this.token = token;
      // for additional charge objects go to https://stripe.com/docs/api/charges/object
      this.charge = {
        source: token.id,
        amount: this.amount, // the amount you want to charge the customer in cents. $100 is 1000 (it is strongly recommended you use a product id and quantity and get calculate this on the backend to avoid people manipulating the cost)
        description: this.description // optional description that will show up on stripe when looking at payments
      }
      this.sendTokenToServer(this.charge);
    },
    sendTokenToServer (charge) {
      // Send to charge to your backend server to be processed
      // Documentation here: https://stripe.com/docs/api/charges/create
  
    }
  }
}
</script>

Stripe Sessions

This section is only more of a description of how the session flow should go.

The flow: Client -> Backend -> Client for checkout use.

  1. On the client side, prepare all the items, or subscription that the user wants to pay.
  2. Send these information to your backend to create a stripe session. See doc.
  3. Return the session id you just created to the client.
  4. Use that session id from your backend and pass it to vue-stripe-checkout, like so:
<vue-stripe-checkout
  ref="sessionRef"
  :pk="publishableKey"
  :session-id="sessionId"
>
  <template slot="checkout-button">
    <v-btn 
      @click="$refs.sessionRef.redirectToCheckout()"
      color="#42b883"
      large
      dark
    >Subscribe</v-btn>
  </template>
</vue-stripe-checkout>

You'll notice that when using sessions, you'll only need the session-id. This is because the session is the representation of all of the information about the payment to done.

FAQs

When the SKU items has been created, you can now use the vue-stripe-checkout component to create a client-only one-time payment.

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