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Check out the public beta for Stripe’s Visual Studio Code extension. Integrate and test your Stripe integration right inside your editor. You can:
- Stream request logs in real time
- Debug, trigger, and forward webhook events
- Lint your code and avoid exposing API keys
- Checkout now supports tiered and metered billing to handle more complex pricing models.
- We’ve added dynamic tax rates to Checkout, so you can define which tax rates apply to specific countries and states. Checkout will dynamically select which rate to apply based on address. Learn more in our Developer Office Hours video.
- Sign up for React Native updates: Are you building mobile apps and payment flows using React Native? Let us know how you’re integrating with Stripe and what you’d like to see in future Stripe React Native samples.
- Stripe Identity private beta: We’re expanding access to our ID verification product for businesses across Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and the US. Request access by logging in and visiting the docs page.
- Connect Express user updates: Users with Express accounts can now log in directly at dashboard.stripe.com to access their Express dashboards.
- Terminal integration builder: Try out the Terminal SDK and an example UI in our new Terminal integration builder with a simulated card reader—no physical hardware required to get started.
- Open-source 3DS2 SDK: We’ve open-sourced our 3DS2 SDK for iOS and Android under the MIT license.
- Stripe’s payments APIs: the first ten years: Read about how our APIs have evolved over the past 10 years and how we think about clean abstractions, state machines, and resilient system design.
- Test mode at Stripe: Learn about Stripe’s test mode and how we built and maintain it.
- Vue Stripe + Checkout and Elements: Walk through how to get started with Vue Stripe using Checkout or Elements.
- Netlify and Gatsby tutorial: Learn how to create a Jamstack store using Stripe, Gatsbyjs, and Netlify functions with Tapas Adhikary of GreenRoots.
- Next.js and Netlify tutorial: Jon Meyers walks through how to build an e-commerce platform in 25 days with Next.js, Netlify, and Stripe in a video tutorial.
- Next.js tutorial: Create an e-commerce store with Next.js and Stripe Checkout with Colby Fayock at egghead.
- Refactoring critical code paths: Joel Taylor explains how to refactor your code when money is on the line at Paymentsx3.
- Sorbet type checker update: In Sorbet, you can rename Ruby classes, modules, and methods in VS Code using the new “rename symbol” functionality.
- Thank you to our top open-source contributors this month: kaznovac (stripe-node); joeltaylor (stripe-ruby); saiichihashimoto, Poky85 (stripe-js); SeekingMeaning, dpkp, zanella, KaanOzkan, Morriar, lugray, izquierdo (sorbet); hibariya, rimiti (stripe-samples).
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