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README.md

Important :Guys this package is deprecated and Im no more maintaining it, try some others or just fork it and tweak it as you want. thanks.

Note :

If you're going to use this package with Laravel 4, make sure to require the Laravel 4 branch:

"require": {
    "anouar/paypalpayment": "dev-l4"
}

laravel-paypalpayment

Build Status

laravel-paypalpayment is a simple package that helps you to process direct credit card payments, stored credit card payments and PayPal account payments with your Laravel 4/5 projects using PayPal REST API SDK.

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Installation

Install this package through Composer. To your composer.json file:

"require": {
    "anouar/paypalpayment": ">=3.0"
}

Next, run composer update.

Add the service provider to config/app.php (app/config/app.php for Laravel 4), in the providers array.

'providers' => array(
    // ...

    Anouar\Paypalpayment\PaypalpaymentServiceProvider::class,
)

Then add an alias under aliases array.

'aliases' => array(
    // ...

    'Paypalpayment'   => Anouar\Paypalpayment\Facades\PaypalPayment::class,
)

Finaly Pulish the package configuration by running this CMD

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Anouar\Paypalpayment\PaypalpaymentServiceProvider"

Configuration

Under config/paypal_payment.php configuration file set your paypal client_id and client_secert keys

Samples

Note: If you are not fan of using facade calls, you can resove the paypal payment service like so app('paypalpayment') then assign it to a property.

1-Using credit card as paypent method

Create new controller PaypalPaymentController:

use Paypalpayment;
class PaypalPaymentController extends BaseController {

    /*
    * Process payment using credit card
    */
    public function paywithCreditCard()
    {
        // ### Address
        // Base Address object used as shipping or billing
        // address in a payment. [Optional]
        $shippingAddress = Paypalpayment::shippingAddress();
        $shippingAddress->setLine1("3909 Witmer Road")
            ->setLine2("Niagara Falls")
            ->setCity("Niagara Falls")
            ->setState("NY")
            ->setPostalCode("14305")
            ->setCountryCode("US")
            ->setPhone("716-298-1822")
            ->setRecipientName("Jhone");

        // ### CreditCard
        $card = Paypalpayment::creditCard();
        $card->setType("visa")
            ->setNumber("4758411877817150")
            ->setExpireMonth("05")
            ->setExpireYear("2019")
            ->setCvv2("456")
            ->setFirstName("Joe")
            ->setLastName("Shopper");

        // ### FundingInstrument
        // A resource representing a Payer's funding instrument.
        // Use a Payer ID (A unique identifier of the payer generated
        // and provided by the facilitator. This is required when
        // creating or using a tokenized funding instrument)
        // and the `CreditCardDetails`
        $fi = Paypalpayment::fundingInstrument();
        $fi->setCreditCard($card);

        // ### Payer
        // A resource representing a Payer that funds a payment
        // Use the List of `FundingInstrument` and the Payment Method
        // as 'credit_card'
        $payer = Paypalpayment::payer();
        $payer->setPaymentMethod("credit_card")
            ->setFundingInstruments([$fi]);

        $item1 = Paypalpayment::item();
        $item1->setName('Ground Coffee 40 oz')
                ->setDescription('Ground Coffee 40 oz')
                ->setCurrency('USD')
                ->setQuantity(1)
                ->setTax(0.3)
                ->setPrice(7.50);

        $item2 = Paypalpayment::item();
        $item2->setName('Granola bars')
                ->setDescription('Granola Bars with Peanuts')
                ->setCurrency('USD')
                ->setQuantity(5)
                ->setTax(0.2)
                ->setPrice(2);


        $itemList = Paypalpayment::itemList();
        $itemList->setItems([$item1,$item2])
            ->setShippingAddress($shippingAddress);


        $details = Paypalpayment::details();
        $details->setShipping("1.2")
                ->setTax("1.3")
                //total of items prices
                ->setSubtotal("17.5");

        //Payment Amount
        $amount = Paypalpayment::amount();
        $amount->setCurrency("USD")
                // the total is $17.8 = (16 + 0.6) * 1 ( of quantity) + 1.2 ( of Shipping).
                ->setTotal("20")
                ->setDetails($details);

        // ### Transaction
        // A transaction defines the contract of a
        // payment - what is the payment for and who
        // is fulfilling it. Transaction is created with
        // a `Payee` and `Amount` types

        $transaction = Paypalpayment::transaction();
        $transaction->setAmount($amount)
            ->setItemList($itemList)
            ->setDescription("Payment description")
            ->setInvoiceNumber(uniqid());

        // ### Payment
        // A Payment Resource; create one using
        // the above types and intent as 'sale'

        $payment = Paypalpayment::payment();

        $payment->setIntent("sale")
            ->setPayer($payer)
            ->setTransactions([$transaction]);

        try {
            // ### Create Payment
            // Create a payment by posting to the APIService
            // using a valid ApiContext
            // The return object contains the status;
            $payment->create(Paypalpayment::apiContext());
        } catch (\PPConnectionException $ex) {
            return response()->json(["error" => $ex->getMessage()], 400);
        }

        return response()->json([$payment->toArray()], 200);
    }
     
}

2-Using Express Checkout as payment method


    /*
    * Process payment with express checkout
    */
    public function paywithPaypal()
    {
        // ### Address
        // Base Address object used as shipping or billing
        // address in a payment. [Optional]
        $shippingAddress= Paypalpayment::shippingAddress();
        $shippingAddress->setLine1("3909 Witmer Road")
            ->setLine2("Niagara Falls")
            ->setCity("Niagara Falls")
            ->setState("NY")
            ->setPostalCode("14305")
            ->setCountryCode("US")
            ->setPhone("716-298-1822")
            ->setRecipientName("Jhone");

        // ### Payer
        // A resource representing a Payer that funds a payment
        // Use the List of `FundingInstrument` and the Payment Method
        // as 'credit_card'
        $payer = Paypalpayment::payer();
        $payer->setPaymentMethod("paypal");

        $item1 = Paypalpayment::item();
        $item1->setName('Ground Coffee 40 oz')
                ->setDescription('Ground Coffee 40 oz')
                ->setCurrency('USD')
                ->setQuantity(1)
                ->setTax(0.3)
                ->setPrice(7.50);

        $item2 = Paypalpayment::item();
        $item2->setName('Granola bars')
                ->setDescription('Granola Bars with Peanuts')
                ->setCurrency('USD')
                ->setQuantity(5)
                ->setTax(0.2)
                ->setPrice(2);


        $itemList = Paypalpayment::itemList();
        $itemList->setItems([$item1,$item2])
            ->setShippingAddress($shippingAddress);


        $details = Paypalpayment::details();
        $details->setShipping("1.2")
                ->setTax("1.3")
                //total of items prices
                ->setSubtotal("17.5");

        //Payment Amount
        $amount = Paypalpayment::amount();
        $amount->setCurrency("USD")
                // the total is $17.8 = (16 + 0.6) * 1 ( of quantity) + 1.2 ( of Shipping).
                ->setTotal("20")
                ->setDetails($details);

        // ### Transaction
        // A transaction defines the contract of a
        // payment - what is the payment for and who
        // is fulfilling it. Transaction is created with
        // a `Payee` and `Amount` types

        $transaction = Paypalpayment::transaction();
        $transaction->setAmount($amount)
            ->setItemList($itemList)
            ->setDescription("Payment description")
            ->setInvoiceNumber(uniqid());

        // ### Payment
        // A Payment Resource; create one using
        // the above types and intent as 'sale'

        $redirectUrls = Paypalpayment::redirectUrls();
        $redirectUrls->setReturnUrl(url("/payments/success"))
            ->setCancelUrl(url("/payments/fails"));

        $payment = Paypalpayment::payment();

        $payment->setIntent("sale")
            ->setPayer($payer)
            ->setRedirectUrls($redirectUrls)
            ->setTransactions([$transaction]);

        try {
            // ### Create Payment
            // Create a payment by posting to the APIService
            // using a valid ApiContext
            // The return object contains the status;
            $payment->create(Paypalpayment::apiContext());
        } catch (\PPConnectionException $ex) {
            return response()->json(["error" => $ex->getMessage()], 400);
        }

        return response()->json([$payment->toArray(), 'approval_url' => $payment->getApprovalLink()], 200);
    }

3-List Payment

Add the index() function to the PaypalPaymentController Controller

    /*
        Use this call to get a list of payments. 
        url:payment/
    */
    public function index()
    {

        $payments = Paypalpayment::getAll(['count' => 1, 'start_index' => 0], Paypalpayment::apiContext());
        
        return response()->json([$payments->toArray()], 200);

    }

4-Get Payment details

Add the show() function to the PaypalPaymentController Controller

    /*
        Use this call to get details about payments that have not completed, 
        such as payments that are created and approved, or if a payment has failed.
        url:payment/PAY-3B7201824D767003LKHZSVOA
    */

    public function show($payment_id)
    {
       $payment = Paypalpayment::getById($payment_id, Paypalpayment::apiContext());
        
        return response()->json([$payment->toArray()], 200);
    }

Under the (routes.php for previous versions) or web.php file and register your routing.

Conclusion

Please feel free to report issues and open any PRs that you thinks will help to improve the package.

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