chronon/stripe

A CakePHP 2.x Stripe Payment Processing Component.

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2.0.7 2015-04-03 15:10 UTC

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This is a simple component that interfaces a CakePHP app with Stripe's PHP API library. Pass the component an array containing at least an amount and a Stripe token id, it will attempt the charge and return an array of the fields you want.

Version 2 adds the ability to create and retrieve customers, optionally subscribing them to a recurring payment plan or just charging them.

Compatibility:

Tested with CakePHP 2.2.x and up, though not with CakePHP 3.x. The required Stripe PHP API library requires PHP 5 with cURL support.

Installation:

Using Composer/Packagist:

In your project composer.json file:

{
    "require": {
        "chronon/stripe": "dev-master"
    },
    "config": {
        "vendor-dir": "Vendor"
    }
}

This will install the plugin into Plugin/Stripe, and install the Stripe library (from Packagist) into your Vendor directory.

In your app's Config/bootstrap.php, import composer's autoload file:

<?php
App::import('Vendor', array('file' => 'autoload'));

Using git:

You will need the component (packaged as a plugin), and Stripe's PHP library. The Stripe library needs to be in this plugin's Vendor directory and must be named 'Stripe'. Using git you can add this plugin and the required Stripe library (as a git submodule). From your APP root (where you see your Model, Controller, Plugin, etc. directories) run:

git clone --recursive git@github.com:chronon/CakePHP-StripeComponent-Plugin.git Plugin/Stripe

OR

git clone --recursive https://github.com/chronon/CakePHP-StripeComponent-Plugin.git Plugin/Stripe

Configuration:

All configuration is in APP/Config/bootstrap.php.

Required: Load the plugin:

<?php
CakePlugin::load('Stripe');

or load all plugins:

<?php
CakePlugin::loadAll();

Required: Set your Stripe secret API keys (both testing and live):

<?php
Configure::write('Stripe.TestSecret', 'yourStripeTestingAPIKeyHere');
Configure::write('Stripe.LiveSecret', 'yourStripeLiveAPIKeyHere');

Optional: Set Stripe mode, either 'Live' or 'Test'. Defaults to Test if not set.

<?php
Configure::write('Stripe.mode', 'Test');

Optional: Set the currency. Defaults to 'usd'. Currently Stripe supports usd only.

<?php
Configure::write('Stripe.currency', 'usd');

Optional: fields for the component to return mapped to => Stripe charge object response fields. Defaults to 'stripe_id' => 'id'. See the Stripe API docs for Stripe_Charge::create() for available fields. For example:

<?php
Configure::write('Stripe.fields', array(
    'stripe_id' => 'id',
    'stripe_last4' => array('card' => 'last4'),
    'stripe_address_zip_check' => array('card' => 'address_zip_check'),
    'stripe_cvc_check' => array('card' => 'cvc_check'),
    'stripe_amount' => 'amount'
));

See Usage below if Stripe.fields is confusing.

Optional: add a logging config:

<?php
CakeLog::config('stripe', array(
    'engine' => 'FileLog',
    'types' => array('info', 'error'),
    'scopes' => array('stripe'),
    'file' => 'stripe',
));

Making a Charge:

Make a payment form however you want, see the Stripe docs for sample code or use Stripe's excellent checkout button. Add the component to your controller:

<?php
public $components = array(
    'Stripe.Stripe'
);

Format your form data so you can send the component an array containing at least an amount, a Stripe token (with key stripeToken), or a Stripe customer id (with key stripeCustomer):

<?php
$data = array(
    'amount' => '7.59',
    'stripeToken' => 'tok_0NAEASV7h0m7ny', // either the token
    'stripeCustomer' => 'cus_2x62nI9WxHsL37' // or the customer id, not both.
);

Optionally you can include a description key (default is null):

An arbitrary string which you can attach to a charge object. It is displayed when in the web interface alongside the charge. It's often a good idea to use an email address as a description for tracking later.

Optionally you can include a capture key set to true or false (default is true):

Whether or not to immediately capture the charge. When false, the charge issues an authorization (or pre-authorization), and will need to be captured later. Uncaptured charges expire in 7 days.

For example:

<?php
$data = array(
    'amount' => '7.59',
    'stripeToken' => 'tok_0NAEASV7h0m7ny',
    'description' => 'Casi Robot - casi@robot.com'
);

$result = $this->Stripe->charge($data);

If the charge was successful, $result will be an array as described by the configuration value of Stripe.fields. If Stripe.fields is not set:

<?php
$result = array(
    'stripe_id' => 'ch_0NXLLCydWzSIeE'
);

If Stripe.fields is set, using the example described above in the Configuration section would give you:

<?php
$result = array(
    'stripe_id' => 'ch_0NXLLCydWzSIeE',
    'stripe_last4' => '4242',
    'stripe_address_zip_check' => 'pass',
    'stripe_cvc_check' => 'pass',
    'stripe_amount' => 769
);

If the charge was not successful, $result will be a string containing an error message, and log the error.

Creating a Customer:

Creating a customer with a card attached can be used for recurring billing/subscriptions, or can be charged immediately.

<?php
$data = array(
    'stripeToken' => 'tok_0NAEASV7h0m7ny',
    'description' => 'Casi Robot - casi@robot.com'
);

$result = $this->Stripe->customerCreate($data);

If creating the customer was successful, $result will be an array as described by the configuration value of Stripe.fields. If Stripe.fields is not set:

<?php
$result = array(
    'stripe_id' => 'cus_2x62nI9WxHsL37'
);

If creating the customer was not successful, $result will be a string containing an error message, and log the error.

You can pass the customerCreate() method any valid keys/data as described by Stripe's API for creating a customer. See the API reference for the list. A customer can be created without a card, but obviously can't be charged or subscribed until a card is attached.

Example: to create a customer and subscribe them to a plan in one step, you could do something like this:

<?php
$data = array(
    'stripeToken' => 'tok_0NAEASV7h0m7ny',
    'description' => 'Casi Robot',
    'email' => 'casi@robot.com',
    'plan' => 'Silver Plan Deluxe'
);

$result = $this->Stripe->customerCreate($data);

Retrieving a Customer:

Once a customer has been created, you can retrieve the customer object easily with the customer id.

<?php
$customer = $this->Stripe->customerRetrieve('cus_2x62nI9WxHsL37');

Once you have the $customer object you can update and delete as needed. For example, to change the email address of an existing customer:

<?php
$customer = $this->Stripe->customerRetrieve('cus_2x62nI9WxHsL37');
$customer->email = 'new@address.com';
$customer->save();

Retrieve and charge a customer:

<?php
$customer = $this->Stripe->customerRetrieve('cus_2x62nI9WxHsL37');
$chargeData = array(
    'amount' => '14.69',
    'stripeCustomer' => $customer['stripe_id']
);

$charge = $this->Stripe->charge($chargeData);

Retrieve and update a customer's card with a token:

<?php
$customer = $this->Stripe->customerRetrieve('cus_2x62nI9WxHsL37');
$customer->card = $this->request->data['stripeToken'];
$customer->save();

Contributors:

@louisroy, @PhantomWatson