Open Payment Host
Sell Subscriptions, Newsletters, Digital Files without paying commissions.
Open Payment Host is an easy to run self-hosted, minimalist payments host through which we can easily sell our digital items without paying double commissions while having total control over our sales and data.
Selling digital items on web as an indie requires using platforms where we have to pay double commissions(to the platform and the payment gateway) and our content is forever locked within those platforms.
Open Payment Host is a minimalist yet highly performant Go web application with innovative features which helps indies self-host and sell digital items with little effort.
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- Customers can buy without logging in, Increases conversion.
- Stripe support, Just add the price id for the product and rest is done automatically.
- Multi-country pricing, Price changes automatically according to the user's location resulting in better conversion.
- Mailchimp support, Customers are automatically added to a mailchimp list; Useful for sending newsletters.
- WYSIWYG editor to create beautiful product pages.
- Automatic SSL and other security features for production.
and many more.
WYSIWYG editor in action
Buy without login
File delivery after payment
- Stripe account for payment gateway.
- Cloudflare account for turnstile captcha.
- Mailchimp account for adding subscribers to the list.
Note: Open Payment Host can be tested without fulfilling above requirements, But payments and adding subscribers to the list wouldn't work.
The latest image is available on DockerHub at
The latest slimmed image via slim.ai is available on DockerHub at
mkdir oph-demo && cd oph-demo sh -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/abishekmuthian/open-payment-host/main/samples/oph-demo/install-demo.sh)"
Demo version prints more detailed level of errors if any, DO NOT use this demo setup in production.
The default admin email id is
firstname.lastname@example.org and the password is
OpenPaymentHost. You'll be asked to reset the password after login for security reasons. That password is hashed and stored.
You'll be logged out after changing password automatically to login with the new credentials.
Admin email id and default admin password can be changed in the config file (explained below) after the first run. Each time the password is reset in the config file, The password needs to be changed again once logged in for security.
It's recommended to try the demo application first before using the production application. The production application requires a registered domain and special config variables for SSL as detailed in the configuration section.
mkdir oph-production && cd oph-production sh -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/abishekmuthian/open-payment-host/main/samples/oph-production/install-production.sh)"
After the container has started successfully, Stop the container, Set the required production configuration and re-run the container.
fragmenta.json is located in the
secrets folder. It is generated automatically during the first run, After editing the config file the application needs to be restarted for the new configuration to take effect.
fragmenta.json contains configuration for both development and production. The production configuration is loaded when the environment variable
FRAG_ENV=production is set.
Note: Environment variable for production is set automatically when using the docker production setup.
User configurable values are included in the table below.
|admin_email||Email id of the administrator.||Default: email@example.com|
|admin_default_password||Default password of the administrator, Would be forced to changed after login.||Default: OpenPaymentHost|
|reset_admin||Reset the email and password of the admin during the next run.||true (or) false|
|domain||Website domain name for the application.||Dev: localhost, Prod: example|
|port||Port of the application.||Dev: 3000, Prod: 443 (SSL)|
|root_url||FQDN for the application with protocol and port.||Dev: http://localhost:3000, Prod: https://example.com|
|autocert_domains||Comma separated domains for SSL certificates.||Demo: NA, Prod: www.example.com, example.com|
|autocert_email||email id for SSL certificate related notifications.||Demo: NA, Prod: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|name||Name of the website.||Default: Open Payment Host|
|meta_title||Title of the website.||Default : Sell what you want without paying commissions|
|meta_desc||Description of the website.||Default: Sell Subscriptions, Newsletters, Digital Files without paying commissions.|
|meta_keywords||Keywords for the website.||Default: payments,subscription,projects,products|
|meta_image||URL for the featured image for the website.||Default: /assets/images/app/oph_featured_image.png|
|meta_url||Meta URL for the page when its not generated automatically.||Dev: http://localhost:3000, Prod: https://example.com|
|stripe_key||Stripe developer key.||Dev: pk_test_..., Prod: pk_live_...|
|stripe_secret||Stripe developer secret key.||Dev: sk_test_..., Prod: sk_live_...|
|stripe_webhook_secret||Stripe webhook signing secret||Dev: whsec_xxx, Prod: whsec_xxx|
|stripe_tax_rate_IN||Stripe tax id for India.||Dev: txr_..., Prod: txr_...|
|stripe_callback_domain||Root URL for callback after Stripe event.||Dev: [Use tunnel like ngrok], Prod: [Use root_url]|
|subscription_client_country||Test country for testing multi-country pricing.||Dev: US, IN, FR etc. Prod: NA|
|mailchimp_token||Mailchimp API Key.||e.g. ...-us12|
|turnstile_secret_key||Cloudflare turnstile secret key for captcha.||Dev: 1x00000000000000000000AA, Prod: 0x...|
|turnstile_site_key||Cloudflare turnstile key for captcha.||Dev: 1x0000000000000000000000000000000AA, Prod: 0x...|
Stripe Webhook Setup
Webhook needs to be setup at Stripe Developer's section for receiving subscription details post payment.
Set the webhook to
root_url/payment/webhook where the root_url is defined in the configuration above. To test the webhooks in the local environment, Use a tunnel like ngrok.
Set the following events to send:
Build Open Payment Host
To build the application yourself,
$ git clone https://github.com/abishekmuthian/open-payment-host $ cd open-payment-host $ go build open-payment-host
Dockerfile files in the root of the project to build a docker image.
Open Payment Host uses Tailwind and Daisy UI for its UI.
Compile Tailwind using the following command,
npx tailwindcss -i tailwind/tailwind.css src/app/assets/styles/app.css --watch
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2022 ABISHEK MUTHIAN (www.openpaymenthost.com)
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
Licenses for open-source libraries used in this project
Fragmenta: https://github.com/fragmenta licensed under The MIT License.
tailwindcss: https://github.com/tailwindlabs/tailwindcss licensed under The MIT License.
daisyui: https://github.com/saadeghi/daisyui licensed under The MIT License.