Braintree Spring Example
An example Braintree integration for Spring (Java).
- Install gradle and project dependencies:
./gradlew build -x test
Copy the contents of
example.config.propertiesinto a new file named
config.propertiesand fill in your Braintree API credentials. Credentials can be found by navigating to Account > My User > View Authorizations in the Braintree Control Panel. Full instructions can be found on our support site.
java -jar build/libs/bt-example-0.1.0.jar
This starts the server on port
8080 listening to all interfaces.
Deploying to Heroku
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All tests are integration tests. Integration tests make API calls to Braintree and require that you set up your Braintree credentials. You can run this project's integration tests by adding your sandbox API credentials to
config.properties and running
java -Dserver.port=4000 -jar build/libs/bt-example-0.1.0.jarto start the server on port 4000. Replace
4000with any number to start it on a different port.
- Found a bug? Have a suggestion for improvement? Want to tell us we're awesome? Submit an issue
- Trouble with your integration? Contact Braintree Support / firstname.lastname@example.org
- Want to contribute? Submit a pull request
This code is provided as is and is only intended to be used for illustration purposes. This code is not production-ready and is not meant to be used in a production environment. This repository is to be used as a tool to help merchants learn how to integrate with Braintree. Any use of this repository or any of its code in a production environment is highly discouraged.