Category: stripe

Building a Complex UI Animation in React, Simply

Let’s use React, styled-components, and react-flip-toolkit to make our own version of the animated navigation menu on the Stripe homepage. It’s an impressive menu with some slick animation effects and the combination of these three tools can make it relatively easy to recreate. This is an intermediate-level wa...

Starting a Business with Laravel Spark

I am really excited about Laravel Spark. By the time you read this, there will probably be a multitude of posts explaining how you can set it up. That’s not as interesting to me as the journey I’m about to take in creating an actual business with Spark! The idea is simple. I have created a Pagekit module wh...

How to Build a Daily Affirmations SMS Service with Stripe & Syncano

This article was sponsored by Syncano. Thank you for supporting the sponsors who make SitePoint possible. Syncano provides a cloud-based platform for real-time applications. It stores the data, microservice code, schedules for automating code execution, user accounts, webhooks to access these functions via HTTP and mor...

Sourcehunt PHP: Contribute to Crypto, Validation, Payments…

Last month, we introduced a new effort called Sourcehunt – a category of post intended to direct attention to less popular open source projects that show promise and need exposure. We’ve called for new submissions and accumulated an impressive list. AsgardCMS [103 ★] Asgard is an open source, multi-language ...

Stripe vs Braintree: the Ultimate Guide

If you’re developing an app that needs to accept payments, you will likely consider Stripe and Braintree as payment providers. They’re a new breed of full-stack payment companies that are friendly to both businesses and developers. They take care of the nitty gritty like merchant accounts and PCI compliance, and ...