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6 projects | dev.to | 25 May 2023
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Bringing more sweetness to ruby with sorbet types 🍦
5 projects | dev.to | 18 Sep 2023
First let's introduce the tool: Sorbet is a gem developed by Stripe that aims to bring type notation syntax and type checking support for the Ruby ecosystem by utilizing the "Gradual typing" philosophy, it also provide type generation from YARD comments via the tapioca gem, allowing to grow alongside the already built Ruby codebase.
Ask HN: What are some well-designed websites?
12 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Sep 2023
For me Stripe is the peak for a product/company website:
I heard some people admire https://linear.app/ but I don't see the appeal myself
Majority of websites often fall into one of two categories:
1. Traditional off the shelf template
2. Look cool but fail when it comes to usability and robustness (those featured on awwwards)
How to Process Stripe Subscriptions In Your Serverless Apps
2 projects | dev.to | 6 Sep 2023
You could have the best service in the world, but if you have a payment gateway that leaves people feeling uncomfortable, you'll lose them. Not only that, but you have PCI compliance you would need to deal with and a slew of other things that are handled for you with a payment vendor like Stripe, Square, or PayPal.
Using Stripe to Implement Payment handling on a website
3 projects | dev.to | 21 Jul 2023
First you'll want to go to Stripe's website and setup an account. Then install Stripe with pip install stripe. In this example I'm using Flask for the backend and React for the frontend. The website is an e-commerce page for buying and selling skateboards. Now create some models for the product to sell and the receipts then run flask db init, flask db migrate, and flask db upgrade to create the database. My models look like so:
Debate Land Beta 0.2 is out!
6 projects | /r/Debate | 3 Jun 2023
I've spent my fair share of time in Silicon Valley on some of the coolest startups in the tech scene. So, a lot of our inspiration comes from companies like Stripe (e.g. their landing page) and Linear (e.g. their gradient usage). And, the data display architecture you're referencing (down to the layout on shift on screen sizes) is almost a perfect clone of the NBA's. And there's definitely a team there that costs 7 figures who has researched every nook and cranny about making that the most optimal layout haha.
Easy Tiger is doing away with the shitty QR code ordering system and bringing back face-to-face servers.
2 projects | /r/austinfood | 2 Jun 2023
Look, absolutely millions of people are going to type credit card numbers into https://amazon.com and https://stripe.com and https://squareup.com/ this year and nobody will get their credentials stolen or their credit card compromised. I mean, far far fewer then from the waiter or checkout person taking a quick photo of your credit card while they run it through the Point of Sale device physically.2 projects | /r/austinfood | 2 Jun 2023
Toast uses SSL. So does Stripe (https://stripe.com/) and so does Square (https://squareup.com/us/en/payments). Everybody, without fail now uses HTTPS (SSL), they really do. That ship sailed. If you use the Chrome web browser, anything not serving up puppy pictures over HTTPS says "Not Secure" for the last HALF DECADE. If you google "PCI compliance" it's literally THE LAW that it is required for handling credit cards. Anybody not using HTTPS will get fined, and probably go to jail. The embarrassment of the programmers getting caught not using HTTPS would be amazing, like they would have trouble ever getting another job programming computers.
6 projects | dev.to | 25 May 2023
Injections in Stripe Search Queries and How to Prevent Them
2 projects | dev.to | 24 May 2023
I was developing a backend that integrates Stripe to manage customers and to process subscriptions. In one use case, it should search for user input in the metadata of Stripe subscriptions. When I looked up the documentation about how to use the search functionality I came across the Search Query Language. It looked like users could easily inject their own additional query clauses. After a simple check: Yes, e.g. for the user input "124' OR status:'active" all active subscriptions are returned as well.
Add payments feature in your application using Node.js/Express and Stripe
5 projects | dev.to | 9 May 2023
Stripe is a complete payments platform that offer a developer-friendly way to accept payments online and in mobile apps. To learn more about Stripe, visit their website here.
What are some alternatives?
S3 Stream Wrapper - A PHP Stream wrapper for Amazon S3
Amazon Web Service SDK - Official repository of the AWS SDK for PHP (@awsforphp)
chatwoot - Open-source customer engagement suite, an alternative to Intercom, Zendesk, Salesforce Service Cloud etc. 🔥💬
botman - A framework agnostic PHP library to build chat bots
PHP Github API - A simple PHP GitHub API client, Object Oriented, tested and documented.
Twilio - A PHP library for communicating with the Twilio REST API and generating TwiML.
Mailgun - Mailgun's Official SDK for PHP
Digital Ocean - PHP 5.3+ library which helps you to interact with the DigitalOcean API
nextjs-starter-medusa - A performant e-commerce starter template with Next.js 13 and Medusa.
stripe - Go library for the Stripe API.
MongoDB - The MongoDB Database