stripe-gatewayd-inbound-bridge-plugin

0.1.2 • Public • Published

Stripe Gatewayd Inbound Bridge Plugin

Inbound bridge from credit card networks to ripple via Stripe and gatewayd

Usage

-> Gatewaydfile

var SripeInboundBridgePlugin = require('stripe-gatewayd-inbound-bridge-plugin');

module.exports = function(gatewayd) {

  // Create an express.Router with Stripe logic
  var stripeInboundBridge = new SripeInboundBridgePlugin({
    gatewayd: gatewayd,
    stripeApiKey: gatewayd.config.get('STRIPE_API_KEY')
  });

  // Attach the Stripe Inbound Bridge to the gateway web app server
  gatewayd.server.router.use('/stripe/payments', sripeInboundBridge); 
}

Register with Stripe to obtain API credentials, and add them to your gatewayd's config/config.json file.

Then in your web site embed the Stripe Checkout Widget, which will return to you a token when a user enters their credit card information.

Post that token to the gatewayd server at the route you configured:

POST /stripe/bridges

request:
{
  token: 'stripeTokenFromForm',
  rippleAddress: 'aValidRippleAddress',
  amount: 2.50
}

response:
{
  success: true,
  deposit: {
    ... a gatewayd deposit object ...
    currency: 'USD',
    amount: '2.5',
  }
}

By posting the token to gatewayd through the stripe inbound bridge plugin, details about the customer, the credit card, and the payment will be saved in gatewayd's sql database, and a deposit will be enqueued, ultimately ending as a payment on the ripple network.

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npm i stripe-gatewayd-inbound-bridge-plugin

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Version

0.1.2

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