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A Haskell implementation of the Stripe API.
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This is an unofficial Haskell implementation of the Stripe API.

Note that this has worked in my tests, but I have not used it in production yet. Try it thoroughly and let me know if you find any bugs or have any improvements.


Installation is simple. If you have cabal installed, just run:

cabal install stripe

and you'll be on your way!

Example Usage

{-# LANGUAGE OverloadedStrings #-}

import           Web.Stripe.Charge (Amount (..), Charge (..), Count (..),
                                    Currency (..), Offset (..), getCharges)
import           Web.Stripe.Client (SecretKey (..), StripeConfig, defaultConfig,

-- The secret key below is used on the live Stripe API documentation. In
-- practice, you should always store your secret key securely.
conf :: StripeConfig
conf  = defaultConfig $ SecretKey "sk_test_mkGsLqEW6SLnZa487HYfJVLf"

main :: IO ()
main  = do
    amounts <- runStripeT conf $ do
        charges <- getCharges Nothing (Just $ Count 5) (Just $ Offset 1)
        return   $ map getAmt charges
    either err (putStrLn . show) amounts
        getAmt c = (unAmount $ chargeAmount c, unCurrency $ chargeCurrency c)
        err _    = putStrLn "Uh-oh! It didn't work :-("

Which produces the output along the lines of: [(842,"usd"),(2048,"usd"),(1010,"usd"),(4096,"usd"),(4200,"usd")].


  • This package currently does not implement Stripe invoices.


First, consult the Haddock and Stripe API docs to be certain you're using the API correctly. It's a good idea to try another library first to see if it works there. If you think you might be misunderstanding the API, or having an issue with Stripe itself, it's best to contact them.

If all of that fails, or if you otherwise think it's an issue with this implementation of the API, please submit an issue here. Better yet, submit a pull request with a proposed solution!



We like the MIT license. See LICENSE.

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