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We've heard from many developers that they'd like more tools and guides that help them integrate Stripe with the frameworks and systems they already use. Recently, we launched the new React Stripe.js library. We've also rounded up samples, guides, and videos designed to help you build the best Stripe integration using specific frameworks or tools.
We've launched Stripe's official React library, which allows you to add payments to any React app quickly and easily. It lets you customize payment forms using React hooks, styles, and fonts. Get started with our collection of docs, sample repos, and guides:
Follow the step-by-step guide to accepting card payments with React.
Check out our sweet sample React integration on GitHub. 🍩
Try out Zeit's example donation app built with React and TypeScript.
Watch our recent developer office hours for getting started with React Stripe.js.
Fireship.io built a full course on upgrading to Stripe's Payment Intents API. It covers the basics of asynchronous payment flows and how to migrate.
Watch our most recent Developer Office Hours on how to implement ACH transfers using Go.
A new .NET sample to set up a subscription is now available on GitHub.
API error messages now include suggestions in response to misspellings. See an example here.
You can now use the Billing API to issue granular credit notes for both items and invoices.
Subscription schedules let you automate changes for upgrades, coupons, and product quantities.
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