An Elixir Library for Stripe (by code-corps)


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  • Learning Ruby: Things I Like, Things I Miss from Python | 2021-02-15
    I'm going to attempt to answer by way of links to active projects for you:

    Stripe, including webhooks support, actively developed:

    Global pay solution that supports everything: they are all a bit crap you're right, the best I've found is and ex_money really is amazing that integrates with it (I would suggest it's better than the equivalent ruby gem). To be fair I'm not sure I'd want to use the pay gem with anything complex as you need to be able to use the specific quirks of each API properly.

    You're also right about noticed, after looking into it more it would be worth building for elixir for sure. Ravenx represents a start but it's unmaintained and doesn't have a huge number of strategies. It depends on how much I needed to do notifications like this. For the apps that I've built we've just needed database and grouped emails sent once per day, no need for texts or slack etc. There's no reason these couldn't be added fairly simply but I agree noticed is very neat.