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React Native component which mimics Stripe's ios component

React Native component which mimics Stripe's ios component

react-native-stripe-checkout

React Native component which mimics Stripe's ios component.

For iOS and Android

Note: This plugin is dependent from react-native-awesome-card-io, which you have to install manually and link

Installation

$ npm i react-native-stripe-checkout --save
$ react-native link react-native-awesome-card-io 

Usage

  <SelectPayment
    enableApplePay={true} // optional, default: false
    applePayHandler={() => console.log('apple pay is go')} // optional, mandatory if enableApplePay={true}
    paymentSources={[{}]} // mandatory, See: [Customer Object](https://stripe.com/docs/api/node#customer_object) -> sources -> data for exact format.
    selectPaymentHandler={(paymentSource) => console.log(paymentSource)}
    fontFamily="" // Optional, Default: iOS default
    fontSize={16} // Optional, Default: iOS default
    //more custom styles

  />

  <AddCard
    createCardHandler={(cardDetails) => console.log(cardDetails)}
    invalidStyle={{borderColor: 'red'}} // Optional. Default: {borderColor: 'red'}
    fontFamily="" // Optional, Default: iOS default
    fontSize={16} // Optional, Default: iOS default
  />

Selecting a payment method

When the component is rendered it shows the user their existing cards.

React-Native-Checkout-Component

No Nav. No card picture. Apple pay present if it exists. Simple Add button at bottom. Tapping a payment option, fires selectPaymentMethod

Adding a card

We provide support for the minimal number of fields:

  • Card Number
  • Expiry Month
  • Expiry Year
  • CVC

These fields are validated using https://github.com/jessepollak/payment.

Add button goes at the bottom. No nav. No card diagram.

Apple pay / Android Wallet

Neither are directly supported. We have a button, which can be enabled / disabled with enableApplePay and a handler applePayHandler which is called when it is pressed.

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