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Anyone knows of a good Delphi library encapsulating Stripe payments?

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Is that helpful somehow ?
Not sure if this is still actual.

 

Or the commercial TMS CLoud Pack.

But I would always check if this is still currently working, the cloud APIs change too frequently.

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nSoftware has an E-Payment Integrator that supports Stripe:

https://www.nsoftware.com/in/epayment/

https://www.nsoftware.com/kb/xml/02191401.rst

 

If you are interested, then I would suggest that you buy their full Red Carpet Subscription instead of a single component.  https://www.nsoftware.com/subscriptions/

They have a rather large component set and they offer support for multiple languages.

 

Talk to Irida Haznedar, my account rep and see if you can get a discount.  (sales@nsoftware.com)

 

nSoftware is a highly recommended company.

 

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On 6/27/2020 at 9:13 PM, Darian Miller said:

nSoftware has an E-Payment Integrator that supports Stripe:

https://www.nsoftware.com/in/epayment/

https://www.nsoftware.com/kb/xml/02191401.rst

 

If you are interested, then I would suggest that you buy their full Red Carpet Subscription instead of a single component.  https://www.nsoftware.com/subscriptions/

They have a rather large component set and they offer support for multiple languages.

 

Talk to Irida Haznedar, my account rep and see if you can get a discount.  (sales@nsoftware.com)

 

nSoftware is a highly recommended company.

 

The problem I have with that company is that everything costs waaaaaay too much. I am a single developer and for now I am just exploring options.

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It appears that, so far, I don't have many 😄 Chilkat is DLL based (which is a big no-no for me) and /n is just way too expensive. 

 

Tms does not support it as far as I can see. 

 

I might need to roll my own. 

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