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#43

Hey @iamsalar,
I noticed your video doesn’t really cover subscriptions, so I was wondering if you could help.

I set up a workflow as follows:

  1. Convert card into stripetoken A (populated with the data from the form)
  2. Create a customer - email address= user’s email; description = users name; Token=Stipetoken A’s card token
  3. Create a subscription - Customer ID = results of step 2; Plan id= the ID I set on the Stripe test dashboard; tax=0.

The workflow seems valid, but I keep on getting the error “invalid source object: must be a dictionary or non-empty string” for the “create a customer” step (which I can’t do without, it seems).

Any idea of why that may be the case?

Thanks!


#44

Hi @iamsalar,

Is the Plus version still available? I can’t find it in the plugin list. Also, are you planning on supporting the new onboarding features that Stripe Connect just announced?
Thanks!


#45

Hey @willschaller,

Stripe.js Plus is only available through its own plugin site. Snag it up and get integrating!

As far as their announcements go, we took notice right away and are exploring what can be done. :slight_smile:


#46

That’s great to hear, nice work with the plugin!


#47

Version 1.3

A much-needed plugin update that comes with support for Payouts, Balances and API updates.

Added

  • Retrieve a seller’s balance
  • Set a seller’s payout schedule (+)
  • Create a payout (+)

Improvements

  • Type adjustment as per Stripe’s Updates

Removed
None

Documentation for this update is available on the Stripe.js Plus Documentation page.

Upcoming in v1.3.1: support for Stripe TOS acceptance
Upcoming in v1.3.2: support for fees from subscriptions

(+) = Available in Stripe.js Plus

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#48

@iamsalar does Stripe.js support Stripe API version from 2017-02-14?

Thanks!


#49

Great question! I’ve had a few weird errors pop up in the Stripe ever since I upgraded API versions, but payments still process. Would be good to know how we should go about updating Stripe API when Stripe.js Bubble plugin gets an update.


#50

Hey @collegefund.me and @philip,

The client-side requests, such as ‘Convert card’, are made using the latest Stripe library available. All of the additional requests, such as ‘Charge a payment’, are made without any API versioning. Stripe lets the developer set the API version right from their dashboard. :slight_smile:

For the future, reach us at plugins@cobubble.com so we can help you directly and keep this post clear.
We’ll be sure to post any necessary updates that users should know about right to this post.


#51

Version 1.4

A larger plugin update that comes with support for Transfers, Subscription Fees and more.

Added

  • Create a plan
  • Create a transfer (+)
  • Retrieve a transfer (+)
  • Retrieve a payout (+)
  • Charge payment for transfer (+)

Improvements

  • Collect a fee from a seller’s subscription

Removed
None

Documentation for this update is available on the Stripe.js Plus Documentation page.

Upcoming in v1.4.1: support for Stripe TOS acceptance

(+) = Available in Stripe.js Plus

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Stripe Connect - ONE TO MANY
#52

Nathan - were you able to figure out how to charge a customer for a seller using a customer’s already saved info? I have a customer saved on the platform Stripe account (as opposed to the connected stripe account), and when I try to create a subscription for a seller using that customer’s info it says the customer doesn’t exist.

The stripe documentation seems to suggest you need to tokenize the customer before adding it from the platform account to a connected seller stripe account, but I can’t see how to do that in the Stripe.js plug plugin.

Thanks!
Geoff


#53

Hey @geoff.byron,

You mentioned that you tried to ‘create a subscription for a seller using that customer’s info’ which yields a ‘customer doesn’t exist’ message. Bare in mind that any call that denotes an action done for a seller is executed as if the seller made the request. Since the customer exists as a customer on your platform, and not as a customer of the seller, Stripe throws the error saying the customer doesn’t exist altogether.

The solution?: Create a customer for the seller :arrow_right: Create a subscription for seller.


#54

Thanks for the response Salar! The reason I didn’t use that process is because my app is going to have a customer buying from multiple sellers, at various points in time. I believe Stripe calls this “shared customers”. I understood your suggested process would require getting/passing the customer’s payment info each time I wanted them to buy from a new seller.

The stripe documentation (https://stripe.com/docs/connect/shared-customers) suggests you create an account on the main platform, and pass that through to connected sellers as a token. Is that possible via the plugin?

Thanks!


#55

Once you create the customer that has the payment method stored, you’re all set. We’d love to help out, but we don’t offer support on the forum. Give us a shout at plugins@cobubble.com and we can take it from there!


#56

Version 1.4.1

A neat plugin update that comes with support for TOS Acceptance and more Charge support.

Added

  • Update a seller’s TOS Acceptance (+)
  • Charge payment to customer for transfer (+)

Improvements

  • ‘TOS Date’ and ‘TOS IP Address’ for seller update

Removed
None

Documentation for this update is available on the Stripe.js Plus Documentation page.

Upcoming in v1.4.2: support for Refunds
Upcoming in v1.4.3: support for multiple payment methods

(+) = Available in Stripe.js Plus

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#57

Awesome, thank you for the update!

Any chance the documentation could be updated to include all the functionality? The video is nice, but a suggestion from my experience watching it would be to offer shorter length videos outlining each function.

Re @geoff.byron

This is functionality I would like to have access to. It is indeed possible according to the documentation. Do I need to reach out to you via email to get more info on how to do this?


#58

Stripe has a policy about sharing customers outlining the differences between a platform’s Customer and a seller’s Customer. We’re going to push forward with sharing features in Version 1.4.3, due later this week. :slightly_smiling_face:


#59

Thank you! If I could I’d buy you dinner. :smile:


#60

You can always sponsor our time! Sponsorship goes a long way to push features out quicker. :email: us. :slight_smile:


#61

Version 1.4.2

A loaded plugin update that comes with support for Refunds, Shared Customers and more.

Added

  • Create a refund
  • Create a refund for seller (+)
  • Retrieve a refund (+)
  • Create a customer token (+)
  • Charge payment to platform customer for seller (+)

Improvements

  • Interval Count added to ‘Create a plan’
  • Interval Count added to ‘Create a plan for seller’
  • ‘Card Token’ replaced for ‘Source’

Removed
None

Documentation for this update is available on the Stripe.js Plus Documentation page.

Upcoming in v1.4.3: support for multiple payment methods
Upcoming in v1.4.4: support for Invoices and Products

(+) = Available in Stripe.js Plus

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#62

Yet another killer update. Keep it up.