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Stripe Pad

License: GPL3

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Stripe Pad is a PHP boilerplate for rapid SaaS development with Stripe integration. It offers a minimalistic approach to start, validate, and grow your SaaS application without the constraints of a particular framework.

For Educational purposes. Get started with MVC in PHP.

DEMO: Stripepad.com

Disclaimer

Not affiliated in any way with Stripe.com

Features

  • Public: Landing page
  • Private: User Profile, Your App
  • MVC. Controllers, Models shared between all controllers, and JSON + templates for the views part.
  • Webhooks management for Stripe events.
  • Divided in subdomains or subfolders
  • PHP is the only requirement, how you build you app inside /app folder is up to you
  • Easy to modify and customize

Structure

Space to insert your code:

  • crons: Scripts and cronjobs.
  • app: Custom application code & landing page. All HTML is here.
  • cdn: Subdomain for static assets.

These are core files, they will break with an update:

  • core: Core files for database connections and templates.
  • webhooks: Handlers for webhooks (default: Stripe and Bitbucket).
  • API: Basic API functionality.

Relations between components

Tech Stack

Packed with basic stuff only.

  1. Php. MVC style, no framework.
  2. Vanilla Js & jQuery, just to open/close mobile menu
  3. Composer, to install stripe and email dependencies

Basic theme uses Tailwind. 100% optional. You can edit /app folder completely.

Getting Started, Installation

  git clone https://github.com/natzar/stripe-pad.git
  cd stripe-pad/
  composer install

After clone or downloading files, just visit //localhost/stripe-pad in your browser and follow instructions.

Browser: //localhost/stripe-pad/

Find full installation instructions here

How to contribute

If you haven't contributed to any open source project this is the perfect opportunity. The project is very simple and it is in early stage.

To contribute via pull request, follow these steps:

  1. Create an issue describing the feature you want to work on (Bugs, themes, plugins, new features or webhooks).
  2. Write your code, tests and documentation, and format them with black
  3. Create a pull request describing your changes

For more detailed instructions on how to contribute code, check out these code contributor guidelines.

License

Licensed under the GPL License, Version 3.0 Copy of the license.

Author

Beto Ayesa (@betoayesa), looking for contributors!

Have an idea? Notice a bug? Need help?

I'd love to hear your feedback! Feel free to log an issue on our GitHub issues page. If your question is more personal, @betoayesa is always open as well.

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