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Conekta Ruby v.2.4.0

Made with Ruby By Conekta

This is a ruby library that allows interaction with https://api.conekta.io API.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'conekta'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install conekta

Usage

# Set your configuration variables

# This change the Accept-Language Header to the locale specified
Conekta.locale = :es

Conekta.api_key = '1tv5yJp3xnVZ7eK67m4h'

# Or via an initializer in config/initializers/conekta.rb
Conekta.config do |c|
  c.locale = :es
  c.api_key = '1tv5yJp3xnVZ7eK67m4h'
  c.api_version = '2.0.0'
end

begin
  order = Conekta::Order.create(order_data_with_charges.
          merge(customer_info: customer_info))
rescue Conekta::Error => error
  for error_detail in error.details do
    puts error_detail.message
  end
end

{
  "livemode": false,
  "amount": 35000,
  "payment_status": "pending_payment",
  "currency": "MXN",
  "customer_info": {
    "email": "hola@hola.com",
    "phone": "+5213353319758",
    "name": "John Constantine",
    "first_paid_at": 0
  },
  "object": "order",
  "id": "ord_2ftyJuymR9FZczvPg",
  "metadata": {
    "test": true
  },
  "created_at": 1485272874,
  "updated_at": 1485272874,
  "line_items": {
    "0": {
      "name": "Box of Cohiba S1s",
      "description": "Imported From Mex.",
      "unit_price": 35000,
      "quantity": 1,
      "tags": ["food", "mexican food"],
      "type": "physical",
      "object": "line_item",
      "id": "line_item_2ftyJuymR9FZczvPe",
      "parent_id": "ord_2ftyJuymR9FZczvPg",
      "metadata": {}
    }
  },
  "charges": {
    "0": {
      "id": "5887772aedbb6ea3a30056c5",
      "livemode": false,
      "created_at": 1485272874,
      "currency": "MXN",
      "payment_method": {
        "barcode_url": "https://s3.amazonaws.com/cash_payment_barcodes/sandbox_reference.png",
        "service_name": "OxxoPay",
        "object": "cash_payment",
        "type": "oxxo",
        "expires_at": 1485276473,
        "store_name": "OXXO",
        "reference": "93345678901234"
      },
      "object": "charge",
      "status": "pending_payment",
      "amount": 35000,
      "fee": 1421,
      "customer_id": "",
      "order_id": "ord_2ftyJuymR9FZczvPg"
    }
  }
}

Development and Testing

Feel free to play with our library and make pull requests if you find any bugs. You can run the test suite with rspec from the library's root directory:

bundle exec rspec

To facilitate the development and testing process you can use one our ruby docker, docker preloaded with rvm and ruby versions 1.9.3, 2.1.9, 2.2.4 and 2.3.0:

docker pull conekta/conekta-ruby

docker run -ti conekta/conekta-ruby /bin/bash --login

License

Developed in Mexico by Conekta in. Available with MIT License.


How to contribute to the project

  1. Fork the repository

  2. Clone the repository

    git clone git@github.com:yourUserName/conekta-ruby.git
  1. Create a branch
    git checkout develop
    git pull origin develop
    # You should choose the name of your branch
    git checkout -b <feature/my_branch>
  1. Make necessary changes and commit those changes
    git add .
    git commit -m "my changes"
  1. Push changes to GitHub
    git push origin <feature/my_branch>
  1. Submit your changes for review, create a pull request

    To create a pull request, you need to have made your code changes on a separate branch. This branch should be named like this: feature/my_feature or fix/my_fix.

    Make sure that, if you add new features to our library, be sure that corresponding unit tests are added.

    If you go to your repository on GitHub, you’ll see a Compare & pull request button. Click on that button.


We are always hiring!

If you are a comfortable working with a range of backend languages (Java, Python, Ruby, PHP, etc) and frameworks, you have solid foundation in data structures, algorithms and software design with strong analytical and debugging skills, check our open positions: https://www.conekta.com/careers