The Stripe payment plugin allows you to handle payments through your Stripe account. If you don’t already have a Stripe account, you can create one for free and use the test credentials they provide to try this plugin without creating actual charges.
The Stripe client components all communicate directly with Stripe servers and create secure tokens. This ensures that no sensitive financial details are ever sent to your servers, which is part of having a PCI-compliant system. This does not mean that there is zero risk; the source tokens are still sent to your servers, and they each can be used to create a single charge of any amount, if your Stripe secret key is compromised.
The "Stripe Card" payment method, which is provided by this plugin, allows a shopper to enter credit card details as payment for an order. Users in the United States can accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, JCB, Diners Club, and China UnionPay credit and debit cards. The exact cards that are supported varies by country. Refer to Stripe documentation for more details.
Stripe Stored Card
How to: Enable and Configure Stripe Payments
Prerequisite: Create a free Stripe account. A test account is enough if you are only testing or developing.
- Log in to Reaction Dashboard with an account that has permission to access plugin settings.
- In the sidebar, click Payment.
- You should see a section with a toggle for each payment plugin. If it is not already enabled, click the toggle to enable the Stripe plugin.
- There are two settings fields you need to fill out for Stripe to work, API Secret Key and Publishable Key. Copy these from your Stripe account, and paste them into the fields. The secret key begins with
sk_and the publishable key begins with
pk_. If you are logged into a development or testing environment, be sure to use the “test” keys so that you can enter fake credit card details and no money will actually change hands.
- Click “Save changes”
This is the only server configuration necessary.
If you are using the built-in Reaction client or one of the starter clients provided by Reaction, the necessary client components are already included and will appear where they should. If you are building your own client, you may want to use our StripeForm React component, which is part of the Example Storefront Component Library component library. It wraps react-stripe-elements to do some of the work for you, but you can also use
react-stripe-elements directly, or use any Stripe client that allows you to securely create a source token.
How to: Test a Stripe Payment
Prerequisite: Enable and configure Stripe payments with "test" keys
- Access the built-in Reaction client or one of the starter clients we provide.
- Add items to your cart and begin checkout.
- When you get to the payment step, you should see the Stripe credit card entry form. Enter the following test information in the fields:
- One of Stripe’s test card numbers, such as 4242 4242 4242 4242
- Any three-digit CVC code
- Any expiration date in the future
- Any billing ZIP code, such as 12345