8 comments

  • Joacim NilssonJoacim Nilsson, 5 years ago

    Is it possible to hijack the javascript for better pricing?

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    • Christopher Cliff, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

      It's not. The only data exchanged between browser and server is an ID and a Stripe token for the credit card charge. The server pulls the price from a public JSON document, served over HTTPS. HTTPS is required so you don't get man-in-the-middled--I tried to enforce that as much as possible.

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      • Joacim NilssonJoacim Nilsson, 5 years ago

        That is awesome! I've tried a lot of javascript cart scripts but very often can be hijacked. Will probably use this.

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  • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, 5 years ago

    I have a custom static shop, made using Jekyll and Snipcart. I really like your version, but it doesn't have support for stock! I am this close to paying for Shopify to take care of stock for me (and shipping, &c).

    Excellent solution you've made though, bookmarking for when I create digital goods.

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  • Aaron WadeAaron Wade, 5 years ago

    I am probably going to be putting this to great use soon. Thanks so much for building this and open sourcing it!

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  • Felix MeadowFelix Meadow, 5 years ago

    Love the 'wobble' on the payment form when you give incorrect information. Lovely!

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    • Ed AdamsEd Adams, 5 years ago

      Just to be pedantic, that's a Stripe thing and not a feature of this, but I agree it is very nice! Stripe's payment flow is genuinely fun because of all the nice animations and stuff.

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  • Anthony Gibson, 5 years ago

    LOVE the Stripe checkout integration. Great job!

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