This article series covers the planning and implementation of the Stripe payment gateway implementation.
The previous article covered the process of creating necessary settings categories and keys, adding resource strings to the Xperience admin app, and adding Stripe Checkout to the live site.
The admin library of this integration has two main tasks to accomplish. First, it needs to accept webhook requests from Stripe and update Xperience orders appropriately. Second, it needs to capture funds for payments using delayed capture.
This article will focus on the first part, which is one of the most vital to the integration. With the live site code alone, orders can be paid for through stripe, but there is no way to automatically propagate that information back to Kentico. Store staff would have to manually keep track of orders and update them according to data in Stripe. We’ll create an endpoint so that Stripe webhooks can automatically keep our Xperience orders up to date.