A Nodejs API Wrapper for https://payant.ng
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A nodejs API for Payant.


npm install node-payant


  • Promisified
  • Callback chaining with promise handlers

Parameters For Each Call

Resource/method Ref params
Clients.add Nil Yes - firstname, lastname, email, phone
Clients.get Yes Nil
Clients.edit Yes Yes - firstname, lastname, email, phone
Clients.delete Yes Nil
Invoices.add Nil Yes - firstname, lastname, email, phone or client_id, due_date, fee_bearer, items
Invoices.get Yes Nil
Invoices.send Yes Nil
Invoices.history Nil Yes - period
Invoices.delete Yes Nil
misc.getBanks Nil Nil
Payments.create Nil Yes - reference_code, date, amount, channel
Payments.get Yes Nil
Payments.history Nil Yes - period
Products.create Nil Yes - customer, plan
Products.disable Nil Yes - code, token
Products.enable Nil Yes - code, token
Products.get Yes Nil
Products.list Nil Nil

The parameters specified in the third column are the complusory ones. But they are not limited to them alone. Check over at Payant for the complete list.


The Payant constructor takes in two arguments in a particular order.

  • secret_key: Your secret key derived from your payant dashboard.
  • demo_flag: It is used to set your endpoint either for production or testing, It is your default endpoint, to remove it in production set it to false.
// Requiring the library
var Payant = require('node-payant');

// To set endpoint for demo
Payant = Payant(secret_key);

// OR 
Payant = Payant(secret_key, true);

// To set endpoint for production
Payant = Payant(secret_key, false);

// Adding a new client
		data: {
				first_name: "Subomi",
				last_name: "Oluwalana",
				email: "subomi.oluwalana@yahoo.com",
				phone: "2348077886076"
		}, (error, data) => {
			if(!error) {
				return data;
			return error;

// Retrieving a client's details
		{ref: 900}, 
		(error, data) => {
			// parse response as json object
			return JSON.parse(data);
		.then((value) => {}, (reason) => {});


  • Write Tests

Saying Thank You

Just star, and report issues. Thank you.