Braintree paypal react



In the sandbox, we can see the total of transactions, the total sales volume, and a bunch of other options. Also, we can list our transactions. We have implemented a simple method of payment using braintree. We saw how easy It was. Braintree is really good and it has a sandbox we can use for testing. To use braintree, you need to create an account. After that, we can use their sandbox to test our application. Let's implement some buttons with some amounts. Once the person presses the button, we will make the API request. As we implemented in our action, we will change the message and the message will be shown. So, we will also show the message in a. Here we will handle our two cases, one case for SUCCESS_RESPONSE and another for ERROR_RESPONSE. Related to each response, we will have a specific message. You can check it in the documentation in the part from Payment method nonces. Using the sandbox, we can use fake cards, as you can see in the page Testing and Go Live. There are some cards that can return errors and we can test our application with these errors. In our app, as we are just passing the amount, we will have some buttons and we will say the amount is a donation. import { combineReducers } from "redux"; import navReducer from "./navReducer"; In our back-end we have a route /pay that receives our amount and in our case, we are using the payment_method_nonce. Using this, we don't need to associate a credit card. We just need to pass the amount. We will have an action pay. We will receive the amount. If the response is successful, we will dispatch the action gotSuccessfulResponse. If not, we will dispatch gotErrorResponse. In our Ruby side, we receive the following request:. So, our react native application should send these parameters. Well, it helps a lot but I am finding a solution where 2 STEP Verification or 3D secure is enabled for credit cards. Further, I am using Expo and I don't want to detach it. Can you help me? We will use redux-thunk to handle the side effects of our application. We don't have an action file yet. Let's create it. To test that, we will have the logs of our rails application and we will also see the transactions in the sandbox. Let's install the dependencies, and run our app. Let's run our app. Now, let's donate $1. We can see this in the rails logs. And now, we can check in the braintree transactions. Now, let's donate $120. Checking the rails log, it's here and we can see the $120 in the braintree transactions. We will change our current reducer, and we will pass the two actions we have from the response. These two last actions are used to show a message as feedback to the user. Let's implement our reducer. Currently, braintree has some SDK. For ruby, python, php, JavaScript and other languages. I have set up the Ruby one, using the braintree example app. We will use our DailyDrip Starter App from the last episode.