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Stripe Checkout updates + new API version

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API version 2020-08-27 is generally available

We’ve made several updates focusing on attribute cleanup and added functionality in the latest version of the Stripe API. Highlights include:

  • Billing: tax_percent has been replaced with the new tax rates API so you can better represent tax rates on invoices and in reporting. View the migration guide.
  • Accounts/Persons/Capabilities API: We’ve added additional error codes to clarify the process for Connect platforms with Custom accounts using webhooks and the API to handle verification.
  • Subscription schedules: phases.plans has been renamed to phases.items. This applies for the subscription schedule object as well as create and update requests.
  • Expand functionality: Use object expansion to view sources and tax_ids on Customer objects in addition to tiers on a plan object.

Read the complete changelog, and upgrade to the latest version from the Stripe Dashboard.

Stay updated with new features

  • Issuing: We’ve added support for disputes in the API and amount_details, which gives you a detailed breakdown of amount components to help with tasks like determining the fee amount charged for an ATM withdrawal.
  • .NET SDK: We’ve updated our official .NET library to include updates from the latest API versions.
  • Billing: We introduced proration_behavior, which lets you specify how to handle proration when a subscription is modified. Read the guide and API reference.

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